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Hold fast to dreams 
For if dreams die 
Life is a broken-winged bird 
That cannot fly. 

Hold fast to dreams 
For when dreams go 
Life is a barren field 
Frozen with snow. 

Laneston Hughes 





Table of Contents 

Class History 13 

Class Prophecy 16 

Seniors 33 

Underclassmen 65 

Faculty 79 

Clubs and Activities 87 

Class Will 94 

Superlatives 97 

Sports 117 

Sponsors 151 




Words from Mr. Fleming 



May 1, 1995 



ear Members of the Class of 1995, 



Has your high school experience been worthwhile? Will it sustain 
you when the challenges of the future make you feel that the ocean 
is about to overrun you or the sky is going to collapse? Your 
principal feels you had a "good ride" and that the faculty has used 
its available resources and talents to get the job done. 
The majority of you will go on to further training at places like Johns 
Hopkins University, The University of Rochester, Boston College 
and Boston University, Villanova University, the Massachusetts 
State and Community Colleges, Assumption, Providence, Merrimack 
and Bentley Colleges and many, many other institutions of all kinds. 
That willingness to continue learning is one way we know you have 
succeeded because to be happy, learning needs to go on forever 
and you have made the first connection. 

We have tried to work with you and your families to teach you to 
respect yourselves by not abusing yourselves with overindulgence 
of whatever is available. We have tried to teach you a little about 
love by not letting you hurt each other by being artificially judgmen- 
tal. 

We have tried to encourage pride in teamwork and community and 
you have responded by reaching championship level competition in 
field hockey, ice hockey, soccer and basketball. There have been 
awards in art and photography and our music program continues to 
approach world class status. 

So, if you don't take yourselves seriously, realize that you are part 
of something that is infinitely more significant than you are or ever 
can be and never stop attempting to be all that you can. You should 
be fine. 

Never forget the spirit of the "little school" because you are the result 
of public school education. 
Good luck in all your future endeavors. 

Sincerely, 



Gljrn^C 



Paul T. Fleming 
Principal 








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Dedication- Mr. DeRos. 





''Although I never passed any of his 
tests, during the short time I had Mr. 
DeRosa, he taught me a lot. Not only 
about science, but little lessons and 
things to remember about life. I do 
remember, and will miss him." 

Melissa Kanter 



r. Richard L. DeRosa is first and foremost an outstanding teachc 
who came to Wilmington some twenty-three years ago as Dire( 
tor of Science (K-12) after serving as a department head in Draci 
and Hudson, New Hampshire. He soon became a mentor for Wilmington teacr 
ers, expanded the science curriculum in all grade levels and introduced the fir; 
comprehensive health curriculum in Wilmington. Mrs. Bertini, Mr. Megyes 
and Mr. Wood were all recruited to the high school staff by Mr. DeRosa. 

He was also known as an advocate for students and in 1983-84, serve 
as Acting Principal of Wilmington High School and led the school through th 
first phases of the renovation project. Later, he returned to the classroom as th 
Department Chairman for Science and Health and inspired many studenl 
through his rigorous, thorough teaching and by serving as Senior Class Advise 
in 1993-94. 

Mr. DeRosa is a scholar holding M.S. and M. Ed. degrees in health sc 
ences and educational administration from Northeastern University and Lowe 
University respectively. He is widely respected as an educational consultant an 
teaches graduate courses in education for Fitchburg State College throug 
Merrimack Education Center. He now serves as Principal of the Robinson Middl 
School in Lowell but he leaves an inestimable and enduring legacy in Wilmingtoi 

Ridiard W. Faro 




"I can remember all the great talks our honors biology clas 
had with him to prepare us for our later years of hig 
school, and don't forget college. His techniques and grej 
advice really kept us interested all year long. Mr. DeRos 
I believe, has left a permanent imprint on all of us and w 
will never forget him. Thank you Mr. DeRosa." 

Kristen Peat 



"Mr. DeRosa was a great influence in my life. He passed his 
love of sciences on to me and now I am going to college to 
pursue a career in medicine. He's not just a teacher, he's a 
friend. When I needed to make a big decision, I picked up a 
phone book and called him. His class was a challenge. A stu- 
dent didn't just learn about the subject but he learned about 
life. He was constantly making comments about how to be 
successful in college and after college. I'm just happy that I 
managed to have him for his last year at WHS." 

Allyson Murray 






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Dedication 



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t's nice to be able to count on someone who's happy 
help when things need to be done, who always can 

id special ways to be kind... Someone who knows how 
give. For all your years of giving, for all that you are, 

ank you, Pat." 

Mr. Woods 



Jnfortunately as the class of '95 graduates we take Mrs. 
earty with us. She has been a positive influence in my 
e, she taught me the office skills I will need in the 
isiness world and I will miss her." 

Joe Martiniello 



rs. Gearty 

he administration of the high school enthu- 
siastically supports Mrs. Gearty as a 
co-recipient of this year's yearbook dedica- 
tion with all the love they can muster and project. 

Mrs. Gearty has served five high school principals 
with exemplary wisdom, skill, and energy. Her life animates 
Ralph Waldo Emerson's description of success! 
Success 

To laugh often and much; to win the respect of intel- 
ligent people and affection of children; to earn the 
appreciation of honest critics and endure the betrayal 
of false friends; to appreciate beauty, to find the best 
in others; to leave the world a bit better, zvhether by 
a healthy child, a garden patch or a redeemed social 
condition; to know even one life has breathed easier 
because you have lived. TJiis is to have succeeded. 

by Ralph Waldo Emerson 
"She will forever be indigenous to what is the best of 
Wilmington High School. Keep the wind at your back and 
God in your heart, Pat. You taught us what matters." 

Mr. Fleming 

"I was always greeted by a friendly, caring woman who was 
always eager to help. She always made the office a nicer place 
with her smile and care. These things are not easily replace- 
able." 

Marc Dijulia 





ly whole time attending WHS, th< 
is one person that has always b 
there and that is Mrs. Geartv. Sh 
acted kind of like a grandmothei 
and she will be missed." 

Jamie ( 




Washington, DC 






June 1991 




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ur first day at Wilmington High School began on September 7, 1991. We all came to high school with 
different fears: some afraid they'd be stuffed in lockers, others afraid their lunch money would be stolen. 
Mr. Woods became our class advisor, an office he would hold for all four years. We voted for Class 
Officers: Jenna Volpe was elected President, Seung Won Kim was Vice President, Kerri Casella was 
Secretary, and David DeSantis was Treasurer. Various events occurred during the year. We saw the AIDS quilt 
displayed in the gym. On television, we watched the Las Angeles riots, the Rodney King affair, the Clarence Thomas 
and Anita Hill trial, and Magic Johnson's retirement after contracting HIV. As a field trip, our class adventured to 
Canobie Lake. Oh what a day . . . The sports teams had a successful season. The football team actually won the 
Thanksgiving Day game in Tewksbury, the only Turkey Day win in our four years at WHS. Freshman year was full 
of pranks, but who knew they'd get worse as the years went on! 

Our sophomore year began in September of 1992. Our class officers were: President-Jenna Volpe; Vice President- 
James Doucette; SecretaryKerri Casella; and Treasurer-David DeSantis. Bill Clinton became President of the United 
States. Many sports teams had a successful year. The soccer and field hockey teams made it the the States. We watched 
the 4x440 TOMAHAWK relay team be State Champs as well as our softball team. This year we were the most famous 
town in Massachusetts. Why, you ask? Oh, I forget. I think it has to do with some incidents that begin with the letter 

H ! No, it's not because we couldn't wear HATS, either! Someone bombed the World Trade Center, the Mississippi 

flooded the Midwest, and David Koresh's compound was seized in Waco, Texas. On the football field, we witnessed 
a mock drunk driving accident put on by SADD, complete with ambulance, helicopter, hearse, and mourners, which 
sincerely touched us all. On April 29, 1993, we held our Senior Semiformal-Oh excuse me, I meant Sophomore 
Semiformal-at the Knights of Columbus. The first annual??? Church St. Challenge was held, and we placed second 
to the seniors. As for fundraisers, we reluctantly sold oranges and the everlasting boxer shorts. By the way, who was 
the pervert that always pulled those fire alarms? 

Ah, the year is 1993. We're juniors; Finally upperclassmen. Class Officers were President-Jenna Volpe, Vice 
President-David DeSantis, Secretary- Kerri Casella, and Treasurer-Sean Crowley. Many events happened in the world 
around us. In the sports world, Michael Jordan retired . . . and came back, Reggie Lewis suddenly died, and the baseball 
teams went on strike. Lorena Bobbitt was accused of damaging one of her husband's body parts. Tonya Harding hired 
a hit man to ruin Nancy Kerrigan's knee before the Winter Olympics in Norway. As for WHS, the school year was also 
eventful. We were saddened by the loss of Mr. Breakey and the retirement of Mr. Kelley and Mr. Downs. We were the 
first class to experience the new SAT's. Jason Bere was honored at WHS on February 8, 1994. Again we held the Church 
St. Challenge, but we seemed to lack something. I guess that's why we didn't have one senior year. Many sports teams 
made it to state competition such as field hockey, boys and girls soccer, X-country, and basketball. The softball team 
once again won the title of State Champs. Our junior prom was held on June 3, 1 994 at the Hillview Country Club. The 
King and Queen of the prom were Paul Heigham and Heather Scott. The WHS Band traveled to Washington for the 
St. Patrick's Day Parade. Tom Hanks starred in the box office hit, Forrest Gump. The Lion King was also a huge success. 
And of course, we listened to our principal ask if anyone knew the recipe for banana and apple fritters over the loud 
speaker. By the way, did we mention we're still selling boxer shorts-$5 a pair? 

WE MADE IT! It's 1994 and we're finally seniors. We came back to school August 31, 1994. Yes, that's right, August! 
Our class officers remained the same as junior year. Homecoming was held on October 14 and King and Queen were 
Sean Crowley and Ann Dulong. We made freshman friends at our annual Freshman-Senior Buddy Breakfast. Again 
our sports teams were really successful. For some reason the band and the football team didn't seem to get along. We 
played our last year in the Merrimack Valley Conference. Good luck next year in the Cape Ann League! We redid our 
senior lounge, complete with a new carpet, new walls and terrific artwork, but of course it was ruined by the 
underclassmen, I'm sure. If a visitor came to WHS, no food or drinks would be found in the halls or classes, no where 
except in the the cafeteria — Yeah right! We watched the town of Wilmington become environmentally conscious by 
recycling almost everything. We also watched our last sport events in the old Boston Garden and Oklahoma was 
bombed. Our '95 Day party was held on February 16, 1995 at the Sons of Italy, but it really wasn't 95 days until 
graduation. On April 6, we watched Mr. Joyce's AP English classes (yes, classes) put on their play "Two For One" 
which was a sold out affair. On April 13, WHS held a science fair, but only certain people could participate. On April 
27, the PAC sponsored a unique fashion show titled Bon Voyage. We argued that we should signout May 26 instead 
of June 2, and after going to the school committee, were granted our wish. Our prom was held on May 26 at the Officers 
Club on Hanscom Air Force Base and we went to the Knights of Columbus afterwards. Academic Convocation was 
held on June 9 and Graduation followed on June 11, 1995. As I said, the pranks got worse as the years went on, from 
perverts pulling fire alarms, to rodents in the cafe, to fish in the classrooms. And of course, we'll never forget Mr. 
Fleming's announcements reminding us to get our course selection sheets turned in, how important a college 
education is, and how much we should not drink alcohol. 

Now, we leave WHS. Thanks to every one that's helped us along the way-parents, friends, and teachers. We've had 
both good times and bad times, but we all have something in common:We are all graduates of Wilmington High 
School. 



Class of 1995 Prophecy 



Years from now as we, the class of 1995, assemble for our 
20th reunion, we will see how the members of the class have 
changed over the years and what has become of all of us. 
Jennifer Adley is now the happy wife of Boomer and has five 
Boomer Juniors. 

Andrew Armata was unable to attend the reunion because 
he was indicted on 2,100 counts of fraud. 
Mary Armata is now a history professor, while coaching the 
MEN'S U.S. National Soccer Team on the side. 
Kerry Anderson is now a liberal democrat and is working 
for the fight for "condoms in the classroom." 
Jen Ausiello is now completely behind and is in a home for 
the compulsively organized. 

Jamie Austin could not attend due to a sudden outbreak of 
the measles. 

Deb Barysky still has "a poof." 

Dan Bates, Jr. was unable to attend because he is on a 
respirator at the Wilmington Regional Health Center; but 
don't worry — he has plenty of Orville Redenbaucher pop- 
corn and Marvel Comics. 

Diane Berube couldn't make it to the reunion, since she 
finally saved up enough money to fly to the Mediterranean. 
Shana Boucher couldn't come because she was visiting 
Henry at Club Este. ^^ 

Shyam Brown was seen walking in with fifteen girls watch- 
ing his back. 

Beth Burke is now married to Gregg Peters, both known as 
Mickey & Malerie. 

Fred Burke couldn't come because he had no way to get 
there, thanks to his brother John. 

Patrick Cahill tried to tell everyone what he was now doing, 
but no one could understand him. 

Matt Calendrello was unable to attend the reunion because 
he was traveling the country hunting. 
Melanie Camacho is now the proud owner of Camacho's 
Hot Oven Hoagie's and Grinders, but couldn't attend be- 
cause she was busy driving around Lynn. 
Jamie Caples is now the Head Meat Packer at DeMoulas. 
Jane Carroll has planned the menu for our reunion, and we 
will be eating rice cakes, fruit, gum, and diet coke, after 
which we'll all go for a walk. 

Jennifer Carroll was late for the reunion because she was still 
trying to figure out how to get from Reading to Wilmington. 
Kerri Casella had a sudden growth spurt during college and 
now plays professional basketball. 

Jamie Cassinello ended up marrying Jeremy Antonuk and 
got to have her blond-haired, blue-eyed babies. 
Wayne Chin was forced to shave his head after the Ottowa 
Senators failed to win the Stanley Cup in five years. 
Doug Costa was unable to attend, since he is presently 
passed out on a futon at U. Mass. Amherst; though if he had 
come, he wouldn't have eaten anything because he's still 
trying to "make weight." 

Brian Crowley never left, and he's still here flirting with the 
freshman girls. 



Sean Crowley is now a four-time Mr. Olympia and lives 

Beverly Hills as a personal fitness trainer to gorgeous worm 

Fernando Cucci can still be heard using big words to impn 

people. 

Lindsay Currier's children are now sitting on the bench J 

Mr. Lyman. 

Kelly Curtin could not attend the reunion because she w 

arrested for stalking Chris O'Donnell. 

Jennifer (fafa) Davis has 20 kids & counting with Den] 

Hewitt. 

David DeSantis graduated from medical school and nc 

performs hip surgery and also counsels girls with compi 

sive lying problems. 

Marc Dijuila has just finished his autobiography entitl 

"How To Be - Just Friends." 

Actor and Supermodel Ray Dudley won an Oscar for 1 

portrayal of RuPaul, the sweet transvestite, in Rocky Hon 

II. However, he and Jessica Roberts missed the reuni 

because they ran out of gas on Storrow Drive, AGAIN. 

Anne DuLong is now a bum who is dancing in the streets 

New York thinking she's a Patriots cheerleader. 

Erin Falzone didn't show up at the reunion because she w 

stranded at a lake after her keys fell in it. 

Andrea Feizidis is now head of Parker Brothers Corpora ti 

and has created a new version of Twister. 

Lorilynn Fenton is sill the reigning Miss America. 

Tim Finn and Marc Trinchera are now partners at Buildi 

19&1/2, "Good Stuff Cheap." 

Debbie Fisher really wanted to come, but her husband R 

grounded her again. 

Jamie Forgett is now dancing at Stars as the all-time winr 

of the Hot Legs Contest. 

Eric Frost thought about coming to the reunion, but decid 

that it would require far too much effort on his part ai 

stayed home. ^k • 

Eric Froton is now playing Single A baseball and travelii 

the country searching for a woman who hasn't yet heard 

his reputation. .^^liWj 

Michael Fuller married Chelsea Clinton, but later divorq 

her when he discovered that she only dyed her hair re 

officially citing "disrespect" as the reason for the breaktf 

Devon Gardner's nails are now eight inches long. 

Tom George still wants to know if anyone wants sob 

water. 

Chris Gill showed up at the reunion in those cool, two-tonj 

jeans which he's had since the 8th grade. 

Holly Gill did not attend the reunion because she's si 

cleaning her house from her graduation party. 

Mike Giordano is now featured on the cover of "Fla 

magazine. 

Melissa Goglia donated all her clothes to the Salvation Arn 

and is now living in a nudist colony. 

Henry Grise was unable to attend as he is still doing Am 

DuLong's math homework. 



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Prom Court Standing: Brian Crowley, Jer- 
emy Antonuk, Queen Heather Scott, King 
Paul Heigham, Michael Fuller, James 
Doucette. Seated: Jamie Forgett, Jane Carroll, 
Andrea Feizidis, Katie Moran. 



ottie Halliday couldn't make it, because her car is still Nancy Pote is now married to Uncle Bunny, and their family 

uck at the Dunkin' Donuts parking lot leaking green car is a green Townsend Welding Truck, 

igine stuff. Ginny Riberio is still working at CVS, and was recently 

enny Hart showed up still wearing the same pair of shorts, promoted to 3rd shift supervisor with a pay raise of $1 .75 to 

andice Hassam is living in Florida, still dating the Coral $2.00. 

>rings Football Team. Private Derek Riley is in the corner, muttering something 

;qui Hayden couldn't come because she was at the about "civilians." 

thodontist's getting her braces off. Kathaleen Rooney did not come to the reunion because it 

ml Heigham still hasn't learned the meaning of "Be brief." was Reebok night at the gym. 

myHermanndidn'tshowupbecauseAnneDuLongdidn't Patrick Rufo, who still "doesn't care what Kerri Oakleaf 

id her a date in time. thinks because he loves her," is said to have stopped at 

m Hewitt is still a Bon Jovi groupie. Sesame Street on his way to the reunion and proclaimed, 

cqui Holloway is now the owner of the Wash, Cut and "I've finally found home!" 

ow Salon. Jamie Rutledge still owes everyone in 3rd period study 40 

sica Horan is still dancing. ..this time at an exotic strip cents. 

nt. Heather Scott was late for the reunion because, at the last 

sa Houle showed up two hours late in her red underwear, minute, she decided to change her outfit since it didn't have 

11 wondering where all the tomatoes came from. a matching scrunchie and accessories, 

elanie Johnson is married to Drew Bledsoe and is the Jen Siracusa could not attend the reunion because she's still 

oud owner of the New England Patriots. 8 om 8 straight. 

ung Won Kim drove to the reunion to show off his first Laurie Southmayd was found half way through the night in 

iver's license. the bathroom, mopping the floor with Chris Gill. 

?nise Langone now paints million-dollar masterpieces Matt Southmayd is now starring in the sequel to "A Christ- 

d models designer clothing. She was, of course, five hours mas Story." 

e for the reunion. Carrie Stanley is now selling physical therapy equipment 

b Lavita is running his own private investigation service for Dracut/Lowell Orthopedics. 

d just recently appeared as a guest on Ricki Lake. Colleen Stokes showed up at the reunion, books in hand, 

in Lynch is now the drummer for his new band "Beryl & proclaiming that she didn't have enough time to study, 

tains." Ryan Swasey is the director of "Casper." 

n MacDonald is currently attending the Walpole class Sandy Texiera is still trying to win her bet with Kellie. 

mion. Jenna Volpe wasn't at the reunion because she was kid- 

: Martiniello is doing the Lambada with everyone else's napped by some weirdo in a red landscaping truck, 

ves. Lori Volpe was late for the reunion since she needed a jump 

?lanie McGlinchy is still doing nose dives off the front start because she left her lights on again, 

irs. Maria Voner is still working at DeMoulas, head of bagging, 

li Mehigan is still asking why she didn't get invited to the and can be heard muttering "paper or plastic" and asking 

mion. Miss Stoelzel for more work. 

chelle Montalto has entered the Guiness Book of World Alyson Ward now weighs 250 pounds, wears a double D, 
cords for stringing along two guys for the longest amount and is President of Alcoholics Anonymous, 
time. Erin Watters, Bonnie McLean, and Sherrie Ciotti were un- 
tie Moran has banned the holiday "New Year's Eve" and able to attend the reunion as they were still locked in the 
w worships the porcelain goddess annually at Lori's senior lounge. 

use. Jim and Scott Whitebone, sporting nametags, arrived sepa- 

yson Murray showed up at the reunion with the Central rately to hails of "Which one is that again?"... & Scott is also 

tholic Football Team. the new "Shaggy" in the hit movie "Scooby Doo." 

ne Normoyle has mysteriously turned into a cartoon Garrett Whittemore was late and they told him to get a pass, 

iracter and now resides in Happy-Go-Go-Land. so he left; once again causing N.H.S. to deny him accep- 

rri Oakleaf is still behind the Oaktree. tance. 

<SlyO'Donnell now plays the drums for the Eagles because Tricia Williams is still looking for the acid-washed ripped 

IH. thinks she's the best. jeans, Metallica T-shirt, three pairs of different-colored socks, 

live O'Neill followed in his dad's footsteps and is now the and friendship bracelets to wear for the reunion, 

d janitor at W.H.S. Justin Yentile showed up late to the reunion because he was 

drew Paglia was blackmailed into marrying Keli Mehigan. still trying to calculate the bill from Jade East, 

nemarie Pavone didn't come to the reunion because ...And last but not least: 

neone told her it was canceled and she believed them. Greg Young and Steve Kosmidis showed up at the class 

o Pelletier is the new mascot for the Georgia Peaches. reunion, still thinking they were members of our class. 
?gg Peters is now the new DARE officer of Wilmington, 
ugh nobody recognized him at the reunion with his new 
r-do. 

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Prom Court. Seated L-R: H. 
Smith, J. Carroll, M. Castronovo, 

Queen C. Stokes, A. Ward, A. 
\ [ermann, A. Feizidis. Standing 
L-R: P. Cahill, P. Rufo, M. Fuller, 
King W. Chin, S. Whitebone, D. 
DeSantis, S. O'Neill 









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Jennifer Lyn Adley Elizabeth S. Amaral Kerry Anderson 



Jeremy Antonuk 




Andrew Armata 



Mary Katherine Armata 



Paul E. Arnold 



Jennifer Ausiello 




Jamie Austin 



Michael Thomas Barry Deborah Ann Barysky 



Daniel L. Bates 



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Diane Berube 



Shana Boucher 



Paul ). Bruno 



Beth Alyson Burke 




Melanie Camacho 



lames Caples 



)ane Carroll 



Jennifer Carroll 



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Jennifer Lynn Adley 

"SCHMED" 

ACTIVITIES: Volleyball, Bread and 
Roses, Office Aide 

REMEMBERS: *BOOMER*-The one 
who finally showed me that I was truly 
special! Dec. 27th, Newport, (3rd wheel) 
Football field, Nicoles room, Down 
stairs, Sr. Prom, Singing Sands, Long 
drives to no where, "My Truck", 
Seabago(s)94, My Fam:Mom, Dad, 
Lynn, Kristi, Katie, Dr.D,Terri,Chantal, 
The cottage *Nana Toby* 

FORGETS: Aug 24-Sept 8, 94, My old 
house, The hood, Soph. yr. Market Bas- 
ket, Bad grades, Old Beaus, Mr. Pukes 
at dance, Skinny, Being stupid, not lis- 
tening, Fights w/Mom and Dad! 

GOALS: To make my Mom and Dad 
very PROUD of me and safely make it 
through to June 1,2000!! 

Kerry Anderson 

"ANDY" 

ACTIVITIES:B AND, FIELD HOCKEY, 
SOCCER, N.H.S. 

REMEMBER:FAMILY, WAYNE, 
JAMIE, ALINE, JULES, PAVONE, JEN, 
ALLYSON, DIANE, MICHELLE, 
GREG, MATA, NICK, LORILYNN, 
NIKKI, GEORGE, KRISTEN, PAT, 
MARC, MIKE, SCOTT, RAY, MATT 
S& V, MS ALDRICH, MR WOOD, B AZ, 
MR JOYCE, MR KELLEY, MRS 
ATH ANASIA, MR BREAKY, URQUIE, 
NOONIE, MISS CASS1DY, DC W/ 
JAMES, WINTER ISLAND, 4/1 OH 
WHAT ANIGHT!, DEVEREAUX 
BEACH, 6/2/94, JR PROM 94, CHEM 
LABS W/ AL, ALL STAR GAME, ME- 
MORIAL DAY 94, IN CHELMS. 
UGHT NOW, METTE'S LAWN X- 
MAS, GOMER, TURKEY DAY 91, 
FRIENDLYS, PAPOOSE POND, TA- 
BOO, DC PARADE, BAND CAMP4, 
BRUINS, ANGEL, REPUBLICANS 

FORGET:LICENSE EXAM, PRE- 
CIOUS, JAQUI, CH, FIGHTS I W/ WC, 
JS, AP, MM, ENGLISH W/GRECOE, 
GRANDE CIRCLE, BAND CAMP 93, 
FHCAMP, CANADIENS, NHL LOCK 
OUT, TIM'S HOUSE, FRENCH 2&3, 
MAY SATs, MEDIATION, DEMO- 
CRATS, 7:30 REHERSALS, RUMORS 

GOALS:PASS BAR EXAM, WIN SEN- 
ATE SEAT 

Mary Armata 

"Grandma" 

Remember: Mom - Dad - Chris - An- 
drew-Erin - Jo - Musey- Chief - Jess - 
Jenn - Annmarie - Missy - Bic - Red - 
Kerry - Mel - Lori- AO - TS - DM - DF- 
KS- AL - AS - MP - MB - J + ML - M + 
NM-JAC-KB-P + NF-JB-Greek-KL 

- "Grandma" McD's w/milkshake- 
Musey- Stu's Parking Lot w/ MI - JG - 
CD - States - Mrs B AS - Mrs. B - Miss N 

- SH - Mr Mel - Party's - Forget: Party's 
"salami" - Jr. Prom - Dropping 3rd 
Strikes. Ambition: To be the best I can 
be at whatever I do! 




Jennifer A. Ausiello 

JEN COOKIE 

ACTIVITIES:B-Ball cheering(capt.4), 
"Willie", Stud.Council, NHS, 
Prom+Yrbk Comm., SADD, Peer 
Ldrshp, Dancing, BreadnRoses RE- 
MEMBER: Family, Mrs. DuLong9/10/ 
94.BFAnn, SM, DS, GS, MG, MF, JC, 
AF, HG, MJ, KM, AH, KS, BB2, JV, AW 
, JH2, SC, DD, JL, RR, RL, JA, TF, MT, 
AA, BT, JM, KP, S.Cosman, L.Peters; 
Dan (hun)3/14/93:"Circle one- Yes or 
No, " SYR BBsea, Dandilyons, Slpov's 
@ MG, AD, GS, GJ, SIDS.6/ 11/93, 
WkeFldLke, 8/10/93+4, The99, 
HCom93, XMas93, Redsox, Jr Prom, 
TGI Fri, Fish ~ SL, Se Exp in the Laser, 
Good times w/Ann + Brian, the 
Kivelehans, , Carb/s^/Sl /93, BBDin, 
9/7/94 /Tent/ HG/ TewksPties, 
SwtPickl's Bus, Chubunny, GirlDin, 
Chickfgt,SnBdw/MG.Chrisl 1/27/90- 
4/5/92: CollBio, Salty pot'oes, 10/25/ 
91, SO's @ JT, 2C's, bridge, HCom91. 

FORGET:Crying at Ville, ChPox, 
dumped for CP, fights(esp. w/D+C), 
JenONeil, Luanna's, DK&LV, 
H.Beach8/93, being lied to and cheated 
on, DK trying to fight CG, Val.Day94. 

Jamie K. Austin 

"james" "sly" "knee injury" 

Activities: band, bread'n'roses, soccer, 
rccyclying 

Remember: Kerry A, Aline, Jules, 
Michelle, Annmarie, Kerri O, Jamie R, 
Jamie P, Geoff, Wayne C, Pat, Mike, 
Marc, Scott, Henry, George, Matt V., 
Wayne G., Jr. Prom, Heaven, Home- 
coming 94, Saturdays, Band 
Camp(Dimitri, Archie, Olympics, Vidal 
Sassoon, Doe-a-Deer, Dangerous, 
Cabin 9>, Ski trips(batchelor party), 
"Stars and Stripes", DC with KA, Band 
in D.C., 'Baz', Mr. Joyce, Miss Mette, 
Miss Aldrich, Papoose Pond, Taboo, 
Aline's surprise party, summer '93' & 
'94' 



Forget: MK, KM, RK, SH, CH, LH, KC, 
SC, MD, JR, Lady in Red, That's What 
Friends Are For, Homecoming 94, Sat- 
urdays, parades, mediation, Band 
Camp (waterfront staff, marching, 
Cream of Wheat, Star Trek, Daily 
Affirmations, Honey), SAT's, Thanks- 
giving 94, Richard Marx, English 9&11, 
Grande Circle, snobs, REPUBLICANS 
Goal: pass Bar Exam, Supreme Court 
Justice 

Deborah Ann Barysky 

Brewski, Ski, Baha, Skittle 

Remember: HC, EW, CM, MC, Pop, 
Bubba, Rusty, Goober, Perry, I forget 
you, B Cops, 7/21 /94-gmb-2:32 P.M.I, 
Chief, JH and KO-CG, Dim RSM, Fam- 
ily and Friends, JP with GD, CM bashes, 
J and M Tri, MC IROC, MR. DeRosa, 
Dust, Gerby, P and B MUst, NT party 
with PB, AP, AO, Pand P Ritchie, band 
camp, ftbl gmes, Not even on your 
birthday 

Forget: Craig Warnock 4-ever, Chem, 
SC, LV, KM, KD, Snobs, IV, DS, SR, CL 
with B and W, p in eld, Rnbow Brite, 
Fat Phil, NECCO bball gmes, 4/29/94, 
You're a dk bsd, North Reading 4-ever, 
red hair, SR-10, Caves, AC Medical Ca- 
reers Club, Color Guard-4 years, Year- 
book, Bread and Roses, BAsketball and 
softbalK fresh and soph) 

GoalsTo Be Successful and Powerful 
with a wonderful family and home. To 
find cures for all deathly diseases to 
children. 

Favorite Sayings: I'm still hungry, I 
ain't never would eat that, I didn't do 
it, WHY 



Dan Bates 



Nicknames: Bocker 

Remember SW, JW, HG, CD, KH, 1 
PR, DF, EF, SK, MD, CS, GW 1 
WEAKLINK:, DA HIT, ]l 
CORNHOLIO, XC, XCCAMP, A 
BRING OUT YER DEAD, TACO BE 
FUDD, PSYC, THAT'S ROY, HOO 1 
HOO, PHOTO, PERVERTS, BAM 
SHOOT, DYG, ELVIS IS DE, 
WHOA!, SKIP, SLAP, BROWN, 

FORGET: SURGURY, COLLAPSE 
MATH, HOMEWORK, NO DRtt 
INGINTHEHALL,SOPHOENG,8 
GRADE CRUISE, FRESHMEN GIR 
TRIG, SMOKING, NO HATS, REPC 
CARDS, FAILING QUOTES:"WH 
HOMEWORK?""UHHH" "BABYE 

Diane C. Berube 

Nicknames: Beroobie, joon, Dydee 

Favorite Sayings: "Helliew!", "Yike 
"Dauh" 

Remember: Senior year, Soph. Typi: 
KC & the "mammary gland", Sing 
in Fro'sclass-92~94-Spooky!, Junior 
5th pd. study, Zurich, "Emma Jeai 
Ru tts, Ms. S., Friends (Fam, Katie, Ek 
Nicki, Murph, Dave & Mariann, F 
friends, Michelle & Greg, Kel, Jes; 
Nick, SK, AF, LH, DH, JB, JK, JS, N 
guys of 93-Devine Sentiments, BI 
DC, 6ym talk, skiing, Bush Bash 
Boston, "1 love Grease!", "we're v 
endowed, " Papoose 93 & 94, l\ 
memories, scary phone cai 
songsC'All I WANT", "Mostly, I 
up!") SNL ("B-Bye!"), summer v; 
tions, the beach, Graduation. 

Forget: Freshman year, homewn 
midyears &finals, Kreymistry, sc. 
hairies, CD., the scary voice', pe< 
who think they're God's gift. ..I fo 
the rest 

Ambition: To have my driver's lic< i 
before Graduation. 



36 






Shana Boucher 

ieba™ 

tivity: FTBL CHEER 2-4 capt GYM- 
STICS leapt 2-4 

MEMBER: FAMILY, DAVE 8/27/ 
GODINFAM, ERINN, ANN, 
:QUI2, KATHALEEN, LINDSAY, 
URIE, M1KEG, MIKEB, CHRIS2, 
RKEBROS,ANDY,STEVE,JC3JA3, 
JL, BB, TG, GP, SC, AW, DK, JI, HG, 
[, DD, PARSONS, BAKER, LAW, 
RTIES, 10/7/92, 10/3/93, 10/17/ 
KR's, JH's, RS's, hampton94', 
MPTONW/DG, Jr.Pr om, Papa, 
usey, Downsey, LakeWinn.w/HG, 

1, EF (eminn), NewYrs92-94, photo, 
w / FB, TB, JH, J W, everything worth 
-lembering till June3, M.DULONG 
S.WARFORD 94" R.BREAKEY 93' 

RGET:HAZING, SNOBS, 

>JKROOM, FIGHTS W/DG, 
ENDS, MONO, SR.YR.CHEER94', 
*AINANKL E2x, BRK. ELBOW, 
f<UPW/DG,AUGUST31,July41994 

READY FORGOTTEN: MG, KG, 

Paul Bruno 

unes, Batman, Bruno" 

ivities:Soccer Co. Cpt 1-4, Basket- 
1 1-4, Baseball 1-4, Peer Mediation. 
nembenFamily, Jenna, Dave, Jay, 
il, Sean, Katie, Mike, Greg, Greek, 
oka, MT, SB, RB, LV, AD, LS, AW, 
, AP, MG, RL, TF, JH, FB, MB, JC, 
, AF, JC, TM, 6131 94, Eating out, 
hael's Place, Window Visits, Rec, 
mpton, Harold Parker, Jr. Prom, 
%, Little People, NYE, BK, D.C., 
ton, QT, Lion King, Summer w/ 
obie, 24-7 w/ J V, Kisses, Patio, Roof, 
ney, Just Friends, Canobie, Amherst 
irney, 1 / 8194, Dave sleepover, Van, 
d park lot, Good Times w/ JV, LUV. 
■gets:Chumps 97, MG, AW's Mom, 
pension, Driving Round, Psycho, 
Kut, States losses, arguments. 

Beth Burke 

tivities: Football Cheerleading 2-4, 
tball 1 & 2 

member: Mom, Dad, Bry, Amanda, 

2, Dan, Murph, KR, JH, JH, LC, SM, 
1, Janette - chunks 4-eva, KA, KS, JC, 
SB, AZ, DD, JI, RS, SC, TA, Twin- 
•d, Dude, Tom, RL, The Home Alone 
sse - BT, BC, JM, KP, DK, GJ, MC, 
I, Friends at Woodbrier Chinese 
od, New Year's 93, Hampton, 
yden's, Andy's Rooney's, Shana's, 
in's, Steve Miller Concert, Tower, 
mmer nights at Man's Waterville to 
ston to Gloucester??? Football Break- 
5ts & Dinner's, Ganna Go to 
INCUNH! Forget: Bry's x-girlfriend 
•ept AZ, Sophomore Semi, The Un- 
rground, getting pulled over., FIGHT 
£!! Mid-terms & Finals. Goals: To 
aduate from college> Become an RD. 
i ve a family and a successful career. 

Fred F. Cain Burke 

rankie" 

tivities: Soccer 1-4, Peer Leadership 
■4, Football 1 Remember: Family, 



Friends, Sherri Jean, Steve, Jack, Shane, 
Jeremy, Jay, Crowley, Lindsey, 
Kathaleen, Jacqui, Jacqui, Lucy Laurie, 
Shana, Twin Beth, Jenna, Ryan, Mike, 
DD, WD, MG, MB, JC, AH, SP, SB, ND, 
Donna Gershon, Warford Fam, Par- 
ties, Hanging Out, Lake Winn, Sum- 
mer 93, Hampton, Scavenger hunt, 6/ 
10/94, UNH, Rooney's, Hayden's, Jun- 
ior Prom, Soccer '94, Brass Knuckles & 
Florida (Jack), Dances, Anything or 
Anyone I forgot? Forget: All the bad 
times, Labor day Weekend '94, Driv- 
ing around with nothing to do, Soccer 
States, UniFirst. Goal: To get through 
college and own my own business 

David Caccamesi 

CAC CALVIN 

ACTIVITIES: BASKETBALL FOOT- 
BALL TRACK 

REMEMBER: ANDY D DOUGIEO 
GREG JIM JOE KEITH PHIL TIM KUBE 
PAUL ANDY P THRASH ROB A.T. 
FAT MIKE BROTHA M+J DJ JKL JAP 
MARY JANE FRIDAYS AT ERIKS 
SALISBURY WITH THE B. LUCILLE 
TRASHBAGGIN ISS ACCIDENTS IN 
THE SILVER BULLET ALL MY JOBS 
THE TOWER WITH OZ AND WHEN 
I SHANKED MYSELF 

Matthew Calandrello 

AKA: "Spike" 

Activities: Varsity Hockey 

Remember: Family, Bird, Splinter, 
Beaverhead, Lips, Stinkey, Pickle, Ti- 
ger, Mada2, Haubs, Hockey Parties, 
Hums, Ang, Cheerleaders, Hoots, 
Mousie, Gearty, Busrides, Cottage, The 
System, Nee, Dicey, Scavenger Hunt, 
Hit's, Couch, Kelly P, Shannon P, Anne, 
S, A, S, D, King Street Girls, JD, JH, BB, 
DD, PB, JA, Dev, JL, CR, CW, Dog, DP, 
Finn, Vette, TA, Boston Trips, SW, 
DePalma, Bomb, Hockey Team 4, 
Darlene P, MM, KM, AO Forget: Cot- 
tage, Math Sophomore Hockey, Sprint, 



Blueline to Blueline, Classes, DR, 
Hammy, Court, Community Service, 
VP Blodgett, Losing, Hacking, AA, 
Fatty, Lockout, MCD's, LS, Lunches, 
350, Begging, Dancing, Cut, Midyears, 
Finals 

Melanie Camacho 

REMEMBER: MOM AND DAD, AN- 
THONY, EW, EC, MM, LK, MO, JH, 
BM, KS, CS, DF, JS, AO, UH OH 
LAURA, CLUBIN W/ MOIRA, 
BAHAMA BEACH CLUB, LYNN MA, 
CAMPING WITH MM, LG, SUMMER 
OF 94, CAPE COD, LABOR DAY PAR- 
TIES WITH LK, MM, CC, HAMPTON, 
ALLNIGHTERS, GETTIN PULLED 
OVER W/LG, LYNNFEILD MA, 
"WRONG WAY", REVERE BCH, BON- 
FIRES, AT CAPE WITH LK, 
MM(TAKING CARE OF MM), 
C ARDG AMES HABIB, WEEKEND AT 
LK'S(MH, JR), DRIVING VAN(MH), 
CHAPSTICK, HOTEL CALIFORNIA 
W/ EW&BM RM 1 1 8, BRAINS, 
WALKING SEAMUS, AUGUST 28, 
1994 "WHATS LOVE GOT TO DO 
WITH IT", FUZZIE BEAR, DENNYS, 
LOLA, FLASHDANCE, THANKEY 
SPANKEY, FOAM, BOBE, BURNING 
BED, NIKIS HOUSE(CHECKING IN), 
CG, JG, "AM I BAD-JC, 
SQUID&LOBSTER, LATE NIGHTS AT 
BEACH, SILVER LAKE PH ARM. LOT. 
FORGET:DW, ME, D-RING, DECEM- 
BER 26, 1993, LYNN MA, "MFWD", 
STARY EYED, JM, LK'S CAR NOT 
STARTING, FIGHTING OVER DEN- 
NIS! 

Jennifer K. Carroll 

ACT. Gymnastics - 4 Football 
Cheerleading 3- 4 StudCoun 2-4; 
SADD3 -4 Brd & Rs3-4 NHS3 - 4Sec 

Remember Mom Dad Mike family 
friends JC KC HS SP JF LH walks bkrds 
mall Paris/London w Mom/Gram Ber- 
muda2 Cape Cod (JC&LV) Gr5w/KC 
KM A W KM W D MC dncs wJC JF Blrca 



ngts/prts/fgt RCPTwJCch56 dnc w DF 
CD HMCMG 91-94 MMwJC Sosemi 
DbDnc Brgm's wJC KC JF RMA Snce 
Fr BOSwJC JrPr wJY HRC HBwJC HS 
JF SP smr94 license7/26 LMTw CW 
RGA HBwJC HS D&J KB WkfldLk SW 
MD IHOP 99wJC HS SP rdng NCA 
smrdng SOw JC HS SP LH KC Brtcis - 
KA JO SW Mtgn FBall gms./prts/.Lks 
wSS FBall Brkfst w LH W vs. Dracut JT 
prts bballhp cheercomp.wJC rallies 
dcrtng KISS 108 Tday 94 SB-MHS capt? 
collsrch 95prty SrPrW? 

FORGET SpTr 92 chtrys LSdnc FBall 
gmWJC LV KM 2fcdfgts awanrx SAT 
elbw shodr ankle hs08 fltire accNOV94 
TBIt math GOAL To be happy and 
successful 

lane M. Carroll 

Activities Field Hockeyl-4 Basketball 
Cheerleading4 Student Council2-4 Peer 

Leadership3-4 SADD3-4 Bread and 
Roses3-4 

Remember Mom Dad Kevin Family 
Friends JC HS KC SP JF Jungle 
IcePrincess Blondie walks bike movies 
mall gum crnmfn grnla Dcoke 
CapeCod92JL Rkpt56J hkySMBL CSG4 
JRP CFC Bfrappes 92JrPromJL MD 
MCdances FtBlgms MMGC SophSemi 
MMbsbl parties CD FS RMA Boston 
NHS94JRPromCDpcHRC HamptonJH 
INatural 10-5 IhopDQ99 WkfdLk 
DDancing HM sleepover SW MD 
Homecoming MatFtBlgmsSS Lakes Li- 
cense FHdinrsts Bsktblgms 95dayprty 
SrPromw? graduation 

Forget 91FtblgmJMfght ClfwL ColDnc 
DblSessions RIP FAT AWlbs 
MthXtrahlp GMdog RTmoNO 
SSgiraffe BgRedmEd 3:00 FghtJrProm 
LT DrivingwDad Bkbrc Clqs liars 
schoolinAug FightsMDK FHbsts SAT 
CollegeApplications Accidents 

Future To be happy and successful 




37 




Kerri Casella 



Jamie Cassinello 



Michelle Castronova 



Wayne Chin 




Sherrie Ciotti 



Douglas A. Costa 



Brian Crowley 



Sean Michael Crowley 







Lindsey Elaine Currier 



Kelly E. Curtin 



David DeSantis 



Christopher DiGuardia 






38 




Wesley J. Dunham 



Andrea lean Edwards 



Erin Faizone 



Andrea Feizidis 




Lorilynn Fenton 



Timothy F. X. Finn 



Deborah Fisher 



Jamie Lyn Forgett 



39 



Kerri Casella 

"Casmella, Smella" 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1 -4; CaptVVntrTrkl 
-4;SpmgTrkl -4;CIassSecl -4;NHS34; 
SADD1 -4; PccrLead 1 -3; BrdRsesl -4; 
SSC2-4; MedCar2-3; StuCoun3-4; 
A1DS3; Yrbk4; PrmCom3-4; Bndl -4; 
JzzBnd2-4 

REMEMBER:Fam, BRENDAN, 6/2/ 
92, JC3, JF, CS, AM, JH, Greg2, | Y2, DL, 
AW, PH, TG B, HTBAG, SM , JS, MD- 
3rdCr BstFrnd, AZ, TK, KDtkCH , 
GYTalks, BndW/CC, PO, LB, 
TypngW/TG+MC, WD, KO , 
Fr+SphLnch, CHATS, Semi, Prms, 
ScavHnt, MEN, Tim, 5thGr, FRO, 
NUNC A, BndCmp-Cbn9, 1 OHut,Slp, 
XtraPair, 4'8"3/4, Spy, Cnma, T92, 
Cshngs, TrkBus, On-Rmp, Plum, 
Hmcmg, Mermac, Bazoka, Piggys, 
Ths'nTht, 12/14/93, 2/14+18/94, 8 / 
23/94, States, Q, Lens, JmsTylr, Bddha, 
Slami, Smmr94, HmptnBch, Brgms, 
Rear nd, BUTT, SnrYr? 

FORGET:Fghts, CONTRCT, SSVan, 
Malo, Neysa, ANLYS, Acdnts, M eets, 
YllwRaiU.5,CarDoor,Dnky,WHSrail, 
SthGrd, Rumrs, Gosip, 4x, Clix, 2Fcd, F 
kes, 3rdGrdr, BgRd, Apps, Flngs, SAT, 
CPres, Arosmth 

SAY1NG:WHATEVER! GOAL: To Be 
Happy, Successful, +Grow@ Lstl in! 

Jamie Cassinello 

"Cass" 

Remember: Family, Mom & Chris , 
AmyBFF, Mel, Holly, Andrea, Kel, Ann, 
Melissa, Jen, TheClique, John, Jeremy, 
Mike, RL, TF, SC, DD, PB, MT, JC, LD, 
PB, Mrs DuLong, Paul&Lo, BJ&Steve , 
Sisters:AHJVAG Christie, Semis 
&Proms, Hmcmings, New Years, 
Gillparties, JGFC, Fire ©Amys, 
JrSkipDay, TOC, HOTB, TI IO, BMF, 
HB, Hampt on, wknds@Weirs, Condo, 
Funs pot, wknds w/ Cyn & Lo, Tent 
partys, Res, Stone, Bertuccis, Marlboro 
Girls, Big Apple Circus, BU, Floor Danc- 
ing, Pats Game, Hllwns, SS, VBASED , 
Tennis:Mary &Kat, Bessie, Wagon, 
Kareoke, Siding, Iceskating, RedFragel, 
Beads, Fireballs, Bonjovi, 3So me, 
YelloButrfly, Karen&Neil, Oksel & 
Ekrub, TArapist, Dances, Rollerska t i ng, 
DB, Pumpkins, CTW, Luv lettrs, 
Slpovrs, LOTE, WIG, F IG, FoodsW/ 
DK&CG 

Activities:Tennis: 9 10, Capt.ll & 12, 

Volleyball: 9-10, Manager 12 

Michelle Castronovo 

Remember: Skiing at Gunstock, 
McDonald's, The Rocks, The beach, 
(S.V.S) (CLM), Prom night, Parties (X- 
mas 1993) N.V.S. RULES (Pearls, 
Grandmama, Musev, Omey, Nooney, 
O.D. C.W., Red Softball Truck) Movies 
Forest Gump, Tarzan, and Corkey, 
(HeatherS.) Mrs. G. (Hilltop, Redlight) 
Camping (D.D.) J.H. MP. Nicknames: 
Gorbie, Spider, Shelley, Mitch 

Best Friends: Fats (Amy ) Fatter 
(Michelle C.) Fatso (Kelly M.) Fat (Lori 

L.) 



Favorite Sayings: Pretty, I Gotta Fly, 
Screw That, I don't think so, Ya right 
tell me another one, Big time Goals: 
Graduate college, Be married, Have at 
least 4 kids and a lot of money. 

Wayne H. W. Chin 

ACTIVITIES: Medical Careers Club, 
Bread and Roses, S.A.D.D., B.P.A. 

REMEMBER: KERRY, Apr. 1 -Oh What 
a Night!, 6/2/94-#l, The Ground 
Round, The Cottage, Mar. 6 as a 
celebrationis. D), 4 in on 1 shot, The 
sign in Marblehead, Ski trips. Fat Lady 
w/ workboots, Favorite Critter Ricky, 
Senators will win the cup in 3 years, 1st 
period study, Bure on Richter, 'IThey 
belong with them over there", Winter 
Island, Devereaux Beach, All my 
friends, Anatomy, The Libraries, 
"Legacy, What?", Friendly's, 
Sidorkiewicz, Rash Boy, Crash 
Dummy, Angel. 

FORGET: BT+JM, Benny and loon, 
Home for Boys, Lisa and the Tree, 10 
scratches in a row, Weirs Beach, 1994 
Senior Prom, LS, WG, "I cannot leave 
you here!", That little Squib thing, Jen- 
nifer, Papoose Pond, NHL Lock-Out, 
Chemistry, Swing Kids, F.H. Camp, 
That 1 month wait!!!!!!! 

QUOTE: "A Stitch in Time Saves Nine" 

Sherrie-Anne Ciotti 

NICKNAME: SHERMAN 

ACTIVITIES:VOLLEYBALL 1 -4, 
SPRING TRACK 2-3, SADD, PROM 
COMMITTEE, AND PEER LEADER- 
SHIP 

REMEMBER: RANEE, DEBBIE, 
KELLY, MATT, KJ, TOM, CARRIE, 
ERIN RACHAEL, ERIC, PAT, KERRI, 
BRIAN,CHEM, DISHWASHER, LABS, 
WAYNE, KEN, JOHN, BAZ, JEN, LISA, 
JOE, HERBIE, LISA, MIKE,SCHLOTTE 
TIRES, GUNDI, BATHING IN THE 
MOON LIGHT, SEXY NOTES BY 
GARRETT, PAC-MAN, JUNIOR 
PROM, GEORGE, COKE MACHINE, 
PINE ACRES, INTROS FRESHMAN 
YEAR, TOMMY AND MY HOME- 
WORK, AND DOOGIEALLENCOSTA 
FORGET : ATLANTIC SUPERMAR- 
KET, STEVEN APERTTI AND ANY 
OTHER STEVE , SAT-S, RUNNING 
STAIRS, AND SNOBBY CLICKS 

GOAL:TO BE HEALTHY, WEALTHY, 
AND WISE 

FAVORITE SAYING:HE DUMPED 
ME! 

THANKS: MOM, CHARLENE, ERIC 
AND DAD FOR EVERYTHING I LOVE 
YOU! 

Douglas Costa 

(Doug)) 

Activities: Football 1-4/ Wrestling 2-4 
(C APT) /Mediation 

"I leave here knowing that I may have 
never given 100 r 4, but wondering if 
that really matters all that much. Re- 
member the good times, and learn from 
the rest." Remember: Sundae River AC 
Cape Cod #36 1 19 Sherrie Lisa C-Man 



Eric Lori KJH CS AB SHM FA Racing 
Forget; Long nights. Longer mornings 
Football practice (coaches) Dances 
"Sucking Weight" Snobs Camp Wakuta 
To my friends and family (esp. Nicole, 
Nana, Dad) - 1 love you To my mother 
- 1 love you and thanks for standing by 
me through it all. When everyone 
deserts me and no one else seems to 
care, I know that you'll always be there 
for me, unconditionally. 



Brian Crowley 



'Bri" 



Activities: Band 1-4, Jazz 3-4, track 3-4, 
npaper 4, SADD 3-4, tennis 2. 

Remember: "B", skiingw/band, band 
camp, parties at Sherrie's, Ken, Joanie, 
Diguardia, Deb(2), BandBandits, M&N 
Montalto, Kelly (2), Bamberg, 
Youngman, Savage, GRIGGA, Bazoot, 
Dorothy and friends, Herb, Lisa, Beth, 
Netta, Michelle, Jen , Mi key, Nikki & 
Paul, Sara, Sara's friend Liz, Catherine, 
Bethany, Jimbo, MissMette, All other 
friends (you know who you are), par- 
ties at Beth's, snowfootball, Washing- 
ton, Youth Group, Robin, Nicole,Greg, 
Matt, Pastor Joe, "Cause that's what 
we do", "there aint no alcohol here 
sir." Forget: parades, sophomore semi, 
Dicky DuLongs's class, firedrills, Mr. 
F's interruptions, no hats, homework, 
SAT's. 

Sean Crowley 

"Bird" "Crowl" "Squirts" 

ACTIVITIES: Football, Baseball, Track, 
S. Council 

REMEMBER: Nook, Finn, Splinter, 
Dave, Chico, Joyce, Brunes, 
the"Clique"(JC, AH, AF, MJ, HG, KM), 
Falz, Anne, Katie, Volpesx2, AA, SB, 
MB, JA, RS, MG, FB, BB, GP, LC, TG, 
JHx2, DK, KR, MK, LS, DC, MF, PH, 
AW, JW, SW. JA'S parties, D+D, D+B, 
JC's parties, JL+RB in DC, Hampton, 
lunch at BK's, MB Baseball, TF at HP 
forest, BW, BD, BL, BI, IH, Boston night 
(Jay), Bball games, Pats opening day 
(w/funnel), Homecoming Dance, CC 
and her cool friends, bald heads, the 
Rez, fat man at Mario's, Lil'Peach man, 
the toilet, Marshfield, Junior Prom, 
screeching, skatz, Dracut game, MT's 
pumpkin^ 

FORGET: Tipping truck, barrel duty 
(91-94), the squirts, detention, sleeping 
at Nooks, pulled over 7 times, Lawrence 
FB game, Dump Camp, bad mornings, 
Driving around, no action, FB's house, 
the band 

Lindsay Currier 

"Currier, LD" 

V-Ball 1-4 capt 3-4; Softball 1-4 

REMEMBER:Family, Steve 8-5-93; 
Kristi, Kathaleen, Jacqui, Murph, 
Hayden (DONNAS), Ali, Laughing; 
MB'CGMGDSICWldwdguys;Grwng 
up w/C+AWjE+AF; Lymn grls; Vaca 
w/JH+Fam; Kr's convert SwainHill, 
Parties@JH+KR, Benny "IYSCWYT" 
Hmptn+Shrng moons w/LS; Tlks w/ 
Hayden; Taking D's; Beach; Mr.+Mrs. 



O'Neill+Fam; Wtch#33; Doug A; Spe: 
cer, P-town, #14, REPEATING; 2-1 
94, Weekends; RT3w/zone; My receif 
Making Them Laugh! 

FRI EN DS: Fred, Jack, Swaze, Chico, M 
SB BB DD RL JA TG JL AD AH JC N 
AF NP ND MD MT GP, Shane, Pa 
sons, Tom; 93 Boys+EA; Scanlo 
Greceo, Janitors 

FORGET:Mv Downfalls; 9-5-94; KIA' 
C4G; Mnday morns DLX2, PB, Jiml 
G; Fghts w/S, M, K; Losing; NTSHI 
8-29-94 SAYING:That's my lin 
FUTURETo look @ this in 20 yrs, ar 
still know what it means. ILUSO 



Kelly Curtin 



"Kellsington" 

ACTIVITIES:Football Cheerleadii 
11&12 Prom Committee 11&: 
REMEMBER:Lisa/BFF, Diane, Nic 
Paul, Ken, Pat, Kerri, Rachael, Sherri 
Debbie, Joe, Jessica, Kevin, Kriste 
Joey, Michelle, Greg, Jen O, Jen t 
Binky, Jess R, Garrett, Pat, Bria 
Mindy, Mike G, Wayne, I love Greas 
Wedding day, Boston, Talks w/ Diar 
Orion, Proms, Getting kicked out, Co 
NCA Camp, "George", Bo, The sli 
"Shut up Joey", "Jesse, go to shop! 
Bull, AAApple(Jess H), Toll Houj 
Chris O, Mrs. S, Greg's Talon, L pillo 
on Talon, Floyd, OK I love ya B-Bj 
shoes, C.L. fresh, year, THE RE 
SHIRT, THE BLUE CUP, Pink fuz: 
blanket, LUNCH(LH) 

FORGET:Mark, Analysis, Applic 
tions, car accident, ice and rock filh 
snowballs, Christmas 1992, 1/16/9 
fights w/LH THANKS: To Mom, Da 
Nana,&Ed. I couldn't have done it w 
o you. I love you all. 

David DeSantis 

AKA-Dave, D, Bougar, Guinea, Dave 
Diamond, Stallion, Hot Lips, Da'vid 

Friends: Family, Paul, Jenna, Jay , Mai 
Paul, Sean, Alyson, Jeremy, Katie, Tii 
Rob, Lori, RS,AA, FB, GP, JC, AH, A 
JA, AD, LSx2, LC, KR, JHx2, SK, D] 
EF.JC, MC,x2,CG,MB,ML,JL,TG,S 
CS, MD, GW, WD Acrivities:Soc« 
Basketball, BB, B+R, SADD, Stude 
Council, VP, BPA 

Remember:Shane, BasebalKMfl 
Sat.Nts.w/JI+JV, BK, JH Hour 
Sleepovers at JA, PB, M| 
Hampton+sleep at Jl+toilet, Bostoni 
night), Chuck E Cheese(LS 
Day+Nt.w/JI+RS, Omni-nigl; 
Bathrooms(DL), Blazers, JrProm+pa 
sleep, foolv, New Years, Little Peop) 
Jeep, Biking, BC nt.w/JI+GD, R* 
Doughnuts(car), Mission Impossit* 
Harold Parker, CVS(PB), D+B, driJ 
bys, Marriott, Amherst Tourney+1 ; 
Hampton3a.m., Skating, Hallow*! 
dance, JH, sledding, Buick, funnel t 
at Pats, Dick, Red Soxw/PB+JI, D,' 
JC's house, scar 

Chris DiGuardia 

"ELVIS", "DON GUIDO" 

REMEMBER:KEN, JOE, DAN, D 
KEITH, LAVITA, NOOK, MIKE, i 



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I 




DS, AIRFORCE. BILL, WES, 
-USELCHEST, BRIAN, CHUCK, 
30JAMAICA,"ITOLDYA,THEGUY 
tAZY!", JERKY BOYS, WEAK LINK, 
ULY HACK, DA HIT, PICTURE 
RL ON THE T, "BRING OUT YER 
!AD!", "HERE WE GO", GODFA- 
IER, THE FACT THAT ELVIS LIVES, 
XL SHOOK UP", "ZOMBIE", 
ABOTAGE", "WAAAH!!", 10+11 
JGLISH, "R U LAUGHIN AT ME?", 
V HIT, COOL FELLOW ITALIANS, 
T'S ONLY A FLESHWOUND", 
HAT'S WAH!", "HELLO TIS", 
1MY HOFFA, CYPRESS PHIL, OTH- 
S, GIRL W/PURPLE HAIR CB, 
UESSWHAT?", TRAVOLTA, 
EAKING HOCKEY STICKS, 99, 
1RISTOPHER WALKEN-"I 

JOW", RAMONES SONGS, 5TH 
R STUDY, ALICIA S, MOSH PIT AT 
IE RALLY, SCAZMOPFLAZOY, 
IURCH ST CHALLENGE 

)RGET:THE B, NOT HAVING A LI- 
NSE CUZ IM YOUNGER THAN 
'ERYONE, MATH 

UEAMS:BECOME A MUSICIAN/ 
XTKEY PLAYER/MAFIA DON 
JOTE:"ELVIS LIVES!!!" 

Marc Dijulia 

tivities: Cross Country, Winter 
ack. Spring Track, National Honor 
ciety, Newspaper, Bread & Roses 

member: Mike, Todd, Pat, Tim, Jus- 
., Seung, Rob, Jasmin, Courtney S., 
fLC, cross country camp, Bowie, Star 
arket girls, R.H. Cripps, Rush 
mbaugh, confirmation party, third 
ade best friend, malt shop, Carmen, 
iami Heat, trip to the mall w/K.C, 
xes of candy, L.C Forget: Clinton 
dGore 

Raymond Dudley 

es.- National Honor Society, News 
iitor- Wildcat News, Prom Commit- 
i, Bread & Roses, Track(l); 

>w Memories: Karey!, Summer, Jess, 
irlotta, Pat, "The Butler...", Euurree, 
rt Award, Kate K, Katie Pike; West: 
)nnor, Jenny, Greg, Jonas, Corner- 
jne; Concord Christian: Banquet; 
octor Academy: Here's to what could 
ivebeen.my future; Bloomingdale: 
ta gine , Kate's vagrant lips, Danielle, 
ova, Ashley, Kobi?, French Honor 
>ciety, CarniBull Booth, Rocky Hor- 
■r^Literary Convention, Ybor Under- 
ound; Wilmington: Wes- Best of luck 
u alternative punk, Denise- A toast 
the artist in both of us, sweetie, JessR- 



Don't even think about getting your 
ring back, 'cause you'd be thinkin' 
wrong, Aline- You and I are awesome, 
just severely misunderstood!; Quote: 
"Success is counted sweetest by those 
who ne'er succeed." 

Ann Dulong 

Lons" "George" "Anniebeth" 

ACTTVTnES:Dance, Cheering2-3capt4, 
Gymnasticsl-3cap t4, Jr&Sr Prom 
Comm., S.A.A.D, B&R, Yearbook, Ka- 
rate, JR 

REMEMBER:Mom"MyHero"9/10/94, 
Dad, Stephen, Katie, Grandma & 
Grandpa, Charlene&Family-I LOVE 
YOU-"Clique":B /F-Jen, MG, HG, AH, 
MJ, KM, JC, AF-Brian, 9/7/93(IALY), 
HBB F:Ange, GE, JD, KO, AM, RB- 
DHD:SD, KL, VB, DC, SS, JG2, VC.Bo 
ys'95&'93, Semis&Proms, HG parties, 
HB nites HMECMG'94, KNYBNKPT, 
WNNIPSKE, OLORCHD, G/Fs:AC, 
KS, MW, RJ, DM, Mf, TM, EF, JK, 
MC.Timesw/BH, DF, BG, chem.JH&JL, 
tenting out, fnnlball, Canobie w/ 
PB(pf), July 4 mtrcycle, jet skis & 
parasail, HSB jump, G&L, quarries, #1 
crush-MG, Marlboro Girls, firebush w/ 
HG, SWEETPICKLES Ob:SM&JC, 
Pr.Goddess, tatas'T hit a pole"Hairdini- 
CG N.H.day, NKOTB-MV, 3some, 55, 
yellobtrfly, Bertuccis, kareoke, 100%. 

FORGET:MB&DS(2faced), Lou's, 
fgtsw/Sid, ev in 1&2. 

THANKS FOR EVERYTHING, DAD!! 

Wesley Dunham 

"WES, HEY YOU, GET AWAY FROM 
ME, OH' YOU" 

ACTIVITIES:FOOTBALLl , WINTER 
TRACK4, SPRING TRACK3-4, SOC- 
CER34, PROM COMMITTEE, PEER 
LEADERSHIP, SADD. 

REMEMBER:SKUNK, BRUNES, RB, 
FB, AH, T8(JT), A, AF, P(LH), EF, DL, 
JR, DD, KM, KR, RR, KD, JM, GM, AW, 
AZ, CM, CS, JC, JA, , CD+DS, CURLY 
SUE, TWINS, A. BERTENI, KISS CON- 
CERT, NYKM, BALLOU, FUDD, 
SWEEN, TALL, HUMPTY, WILD- 
WOOD, UNH, UMASS, GERBILS, 
MANCINI'S, FAMILY, LADY + 
MIKEY, SHANE, AD'S MOM, 
GERRY. 

FORGET:CT, FC, KP+BT, JM, ROSES, 
SCHOOL, A. RUSSELL, CALCULUS, 
STALKER, RUMOR, LIFE, WIGGAS, 
SNOBS, 12/24/93. GOALS:TO BE- 
COME A VAMPIRE AND TAKE 
CINDY CRAWFORD AS MY WIFE OR 
TO DANCE WITH A, JUST ONCE! 



Andrea Edwards 

Remember: Mom, Dad, Michael, Fam- 
ily, Lorilynn Fenton, Heather Smith, 
Dawn Redmond, Andrea Feizidis, Nick 
Montalto, Jamie Gustafson, Debbie 
Fisher, Carrie Stanley, Jamie 
Boughman, George Belefontaine, Jen 
Mullins, Junoir Prom, College Visits, 
12:00 Phone Calls, Birthdays, Riding 
over lawns and curbs w/H.S., L.F., 
Singing Alto w D.R., J.M., Canobie 
Lake, Business Math, MYF, Junior Year, 
Summer of '94, House of Pancakes, 
Senior Buddy Breakfast, McDonalds, 
Burger King, Bowling w / Heather, Lori 
and Nick (We Won!!) 

Forgets: Canobie Lake, Limos, Fights 
w/Dawn, Jamie B., Lori, College Ap- 
plications, Homecoming '94, Senior 
Year, Market Basket, Clics, Cemetary, 
w/Nick, Lori,JamieG.,CristinP.,Kellie 
O., Monopoly, White Cloud. 

Ambition: To get out of Wilmington 
High School and the clics that surround 
it. To become a Chef or Interior De- 
signer 

Erin Falzone 

Falzie/Zone 

vball:3, 4; bball:l-4; sball:l-4 

remembenmom, dad & f am, Joe & Alex, 
Chiga, Nicole, Tom, Andrea, A, Katie, 
Lori, Ann-LUV'YA!':MiLo, Ang, JDV, 
Dee, AW, Shana, Gin, Pee, Val, Greg, 
Sean, Mike, NP, ML, AP, RL, PB, PH, 
DD, JI, HG, MJ, KM, AH, MG, JA2, LC, 
SO, JH2, MT, KR, FB, WD, JT, TF, JR, JS, 
AP, LS2, AG, LI, twinnies, G1&SL(MB):, 
Fay's, Moran's.LOVE ALWAYS: 
'Tommy, Dornie, UJ, Mr.Breakey, 
Shane & Mrs. Dulong. OOB & Tx2/LV; 
894, P-Town, KAJ, FAA, TPH, BCAH, 
LkWinn93, 92394-PHjjj, Miller, Buffett 
CNCTS -94, PRTYS, 93 & 94 SB Champs, 
res, Rt3 WBPD Chase/LD, reject, Rt93 / 
Kluga, Plumls/A&N, JHP8, coaches, 
sophsemi/Tom, SrProm94/Milo, Jr 
Prom 94 jSean & day aft, HPTN 94, 
hayrd, ckdg/Gin, NYEVE 93 & 94, 
SPKWD, FIL/11893, 91594, XMA9 
PTYtNKLJDA-94 forget:2-94(SA), 
cliques, mrnaft, famFts, bkns, reject. 
Fgts, 6894, lies & losing FL/Mike 
GOAL:To marry only for eternal love 
and happiness "Everything Happens 
For A Reason" 

Andrea Feizidis 

ACTIVITIES:NHS, BPA, SADD, Vol- 
leyball Peer Leadership, PromComm., 
Bread&Ros es. 

REMEMBER: Mom, Dad, Stath, Ha, 
Heath/ FF, Stacey&Joy, TheG iris, Amy, 
Mel, Jam, Hoi Kel, Jen, Mel G., Ann, 
Falz, Juleslu v ya ! Dee, MF, HS, JV, KM, 
JS, DB. The Guys: TIM, SC, J A, RL, MT, 
DD, PB, ML, FC, Wes, TG, MD, RR. 
PTYS: Hoi's, HHWK, NYRS@Kel's, 
Jules'-Kareoke,thecouch,chinfood,BC, 
Tent Ptys, JRPRMWKND, J's house. 
Coed Slpovrs, Cvncooks.&talks, CC, 
BJ, LH ( ADMOMS), 16 B-Day Pty, Semi 
w/Ryan, BDC-GS, CM, Hptn, 
Bonjcn i2,HP, MalboroGirls, Flrdncng, 
SP, Res, Greece94- 1 stwkhm, Sldng, 
VBGirls, VBAS, Mrs. DuLong, "Chubby 



Bunny", SctSantas, Hllwn94. FORGET: 
9/ 23/94, LES, SC92, HDNG in CLSTS, 
Fah, AHSWT!, MM, OAw/Mel, 
being" whipped", Fts w/TF-all of them, 
Ftsw/ friends, Wlkng 2 DD mmg. after, 
lvng.my Pappou. FUTURE: To be as 
happy as I can be! ! 

Lorilynn Fenton 

Fender-Bender, II Cool F, Finna 

Activities: Freshman Basketball, Color 
Guard, SADD, Peer leadership, Year- 
book Committee, Jr. Rotarian 

Remember: Mom, Dad, Philip, 
Michelle, and rest of family-Andrea, 
Dawn, Deb, Heather, Jamie B., Jamie 
G., Joey, Kerri, Nick, Pat, Rachael, the 
Band, the Pre-school — Fr.-Hathaway 
Acres, So.-China Moon, Jr. -the Prom, 
Dawn's foot, Sr. -Jamie and the gold 
coins, the muffler falling off!! 

Forget: Fr.-Methuen basketball game, 
Miss America, So. -Biology and the 
goldfish, Jr.-limo's, Canobie lake, Sr.- 
Applications, "Idon'tknow"or"Idon't 
care", and last but not least all fights 
with everyone. 

Timothy F.X. Finn 

A.K.A Hey Finn! Gecko Nappy 

Remember: Mom, Dad, Family, Splin- 
ter, Nuk, Crowly, Dave, Joyce, Jay - 
Andrea, HG, PB, JC, ML, AH, PH, MJ, 
MG, GA, AW, SP, LC - Crew: CL, RR, 
PF, SJ, JC, MC, RAP, HG's- Parties, 
Nuk's - Parties, Chillin - In- Hood, 
Math - Class - w/Joyce + Jay, RS, JL, Jr 

- Prom, Hampton, MG, GC, Harold - 
Parker, Baldy's. Wordfights w/ SC, 
Skating, Spurs, Closets, Rez, Soph - yr. 
w/ SP, Fairlawn, Boston w/ JI, Foot- 
ball - Team, Marios - Fatman, Cousins 

- Wisconsin - "93", Goodtimes w/ AF, 
Semi-Always - Screeching. 

Activities: Bsktbl, Ftbl, Jr + Sr -Prom - 
Committee * Forget:9/4/94 -at-Har- 
Park, Bad Grades, Fights w/ Family + 
AF, CarCrash. 

Goal-In-Life: To Have A Job That I Like 
+ Live In Montana In The Middle Of 
Nowhere! To Be Rich! 

Jaime Forgett 

Activities: Soccer, Basketball, Peer 
Leadership, Bread & Roses, SADD, 
Yearbook. Remember: Mom, Dad, 
Gerard, Kevin, J.C., J.C. , K.C., A.P., 
J.H., N.P., M.A., Soccer team. Basket- 
ball team, Brighams, Scavenger Hunt, 
Proms, Joys Car, M.C. dances, D.D., 
M.A.C., Ice Princess. Forget P.M., 
B.T.S.GJ. night, common scene, Q, cal- 
culus, res w/D.G.2. Goals: Live a long, 
healthy, successful life with a family 
built from eternal love, and happiness 



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Michele Ann Fortes 



Michael ). Fuller 



Thomas George 



Todd Giabbai 




Holly Gill 



Michael Giordano Melissa Ann Goglia 




Julie Gosse 



Henry Grise 



Dorothy Halliday 



Kenneth Hart 



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andice JacQuelyn Hassam Shannon M. Hatch 



JacQuelyn Harden 



Paul J. Heigham 




Amy Hermann 



Kimberlee Hewitt 



JacQuelyn Holloway Jessica Danielle Horan 




Wl 



Lisa Houle 



lay G. lannacchino 



Melissa Ings 



Melanie Johnson 



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Michele Fortes 

Mish, Shelli, Nubian 

In loving memory of my father, Tee, 
Nazanda, Mrs.Dulong, James Jordan, 
Mr.Quits. 

Remember: Moms, MJ, Jbird, GennX, 
Jameelah, Evy, Porkchop & Hubcap, 
Mr.Boboli, Jamal, Tiger, Miguel, MT, 
MG,cG,AD,|H,slp,Ev,GL,A,Ds,BY, 
BG, PS, MU, Mrs.C, ALKN, MC, CM, 
Everyone at Spring CT, I'll House You, 
sunflowerstealing, cheerleading, L&s, 
Florida, Bickford Parties w/ Jon, 
stranded, Dread men, my crazy driv- 
ing w/ Genn, Beaches, serious talks 
w/ my Peeps, Waltham, Chelsea, Egg- 
ing Mick's car, & MICHAEL JORDAN. 

Forget: The people I don't talk to, Genn 
selling out, Fights w/ Gunshop, 
SDMw/ Genn, accidents, This Town, 
the people who try to be something 
they're not, People who think they're 
hard when they ain't Crackers. 

Favorite Saying: Anyways, Ya Knoow, 
It's All GOOD! 

Goal:NCw/Genn, marry Mike Jordan. 

Michael J. Fuller 

"Binkv" 

ACTIVITIES:X-Country(3, 4), Winter 
Track(2-4) Spring Track (24) Newspa- 
per(2-4) 

REMEMBER: Marc Pat Tim Gregg 
Todd Garrett, Lisa Joe A. Wayne Jus- 
tin, Pete All the rest of my friends(Love 
Ya'), Mom + Dad Bowie, Ave Ricky AP 
English DAG WEED Green Day Cot- 
tage Habs(93 Cup Champs), Patrick 
Roy(that'sWAH!)MP,NPSTool,Cujo, 
The Who's Tommy, Da'Cos, Knockout 
Law, Photo, SAT, Tool Sports Etc. 
Spoonman, NHL95 Beavis, Roy's 
Amazing Return RufoBus Goalies Se- 
nior Lunches, 12/9/94 Ketchup Rock- 
ets 94 Playoffs 

FORGET: Renee J AMN94.5 94-95 NHL 
Season, No Hats RooWah Max Spanish 
4 Fallin'out the window jotting things 
down People that are below me Boxer 
Shorts Star, Woodbriar Pass on That 
Town Park, Hills MD's search for the 
right woman Salsa Careers 

QUOTE:"Whatever doesn't kill me wi 11 
only make me stronger.- 

Thomas B. George 

"Nice" 

Remember:Heather(Bumblebee),God, 
Family + Friends:M om + Dad, 

Rob+Jessica, Kim, J eanne, Mike, 
AuntMarie, and MA.JohnL, RyanS, 
Jamie+Mar kC, Mike+GreggB, MikeG, 
And yA, Phil+SteveR, Jack+Shan eW, 
ToddL, Janie, Ed, Justin P, MikeW, 
Morse, JoelS, Meli ssaG+Shana, DanH, 
SteveA, H ea thB, MT, CG, DS, SO, thegir 
ls:KR, JHay, JHoI, LSlBagel ), LC.DM, 
SC(Bird), Greek, J V, SC, JR, FONT, 
Devon, BigJL 

+ Beryl. Woodstook94 (Fat J oejack), 
SpringConcert94' , Mickey Rourke, 
GaryOldman, Alice, KurtCobain, 
Rollins, MassHysteria, Rivendell , 
NamelessFetus. 7/13/9 



Forget: Nothing is worth 
forgetting. Everything is an experience. 

Favorite Saying: "They say there's just 
enough religion in the world to make 
men hate one another, but not enough 
to make them love" 

Todd M. Giabbai 

ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society, 
Fiction Editor of Wildcat News, Stu- 
dent Council, Bread and Roses, Recy- 
cling Program, Volunteer at New En- 
gland Memorial Hospital, and SADD. 

REMEMBER: My wonderful Western 
Civilization class that I loved teaching 
and all of my good friends, especially 
Marc, Mike, Tim, Pat, Seung, Kristen, 
Danielle, Sally, Jeremy, Rob, Justin, and 
Wayne. 

FORGET: My chemistry and math 
grades, the chaos of newspaper, the 
immaturity of some of my classmates, 
and the frustrations of Papa Gino's. 

THANKS: All of the teachers. Mr. 
Fleming for advising my independent 
study and allowing me to student teach. 
Mr. Scanlon and Miss Russell for help- 
ing me through my first teaching expe- 
rience. The Grecoes, Mr. Maggio, and 
Mrs. Beckwith for writing such good 
recommendations. 

Christopher Gill 

"Gill" 

Activities:Basktball 1&2 

RememeberFamilv, Carolyn, Jen, Lisa, 
Mishell, Meghan— Friends:Derek, 
Barry, Dahn, Kiv, Bryan, Shawn, Marco, 
Andy, Petes, Dill, Bentlev, Mastro, 
Jack— KR, JH(3), LC, LS, AA, RS, JL, 
TG, JC, SO, PH, PA, MT(2), AD, MG, 
HG, CP/Woburn— 3127192, 614192, 
613192, 818193, 11/27/90, 10125/91, 
1/18/92— CP blue pants, I Luv U 
everypock. Sneakers to bed, JHBW/ 
LS, Canada, Homecoming 94", All 
niters, Hairdini, MiltonW/AM, 
DrnkB'sonSNW/MG&AI\Wash.D.C, 

Forget:l/22/94,4/5/92,9/5/94,9/10/ 
94, Figt.W/DK, Wil.H.S., Mastro's 
House, Lucci's, WestSt.W/SB, Arrested 
in H.B., BKSTBRS— PB, SC, TF, KP, 
BH, Getting jump infront of B.B., I.D. 
taken away- CHUMPS! 

Favorite Saying: NOT A BAD DAY! 

Goal: To always be myself and I'll be 
happy. 



Holly M. Gill 



"HOL, GABEATA" 

REMEMBER: MOM, DAD, MISSY, J 
OE,THEGIRLS(MEL, ANDREA, K EL, 
AMY, J, ANN, JEN, MEL G.)J UL, 
FALZ-LUV YA-AW, AZ, JH, MF SB, 
THE BOYS(TF, JA, SC, RL, MT , PB, 
DD, AP)ML, CG, PH, GW, MB, 93 
BOYS, NEW Yrs Prt 1, 2, HA MTON, 
Ms. DULONG, JrPROM, Jr SK-PDAY, 
SEMI, IC, MIS + MY Prties(8/1 9/ 
94)PUB, SG, WA , MC, MCmm, SKIN Y 
DIP, JIMMY BUFFET, 17thB-DAY, BU 
w/EF&SB, WEIRS, TIC-X-M AN, FIRE 
BUSH w/AD, THO, BFM, TOC, HO 
TB, SPOOKY WORLD, RES, KARE 
OKE, SECRETSANTA, GIRL NIGHTS 



OUT, CYN COOKIE , BERTUCCIS, 
CHUBBY BUNNY, BILLY JOEL, BAK 
COOKY w/AH FORGET: PATS 
GAME, KM SCEN CES, MK, FGHTS 
w/KM, FRIENDS, MISSY SIC, CRY 1 N 
BATHrm w /AD&MJ, HAMTON&( 
1219194) w/WA, OA w/MJ&AF 

ACTIVITES: NHS, SADD, PER-L 
EADERSHIP, PROM COM1T, B&R 

FAVORITE SAYING: "I SAID NO" 

DREAM: TO BE SUCCESSFUL & TO 
LIVE HAPPILY EVER AFTER 

Melissa Goglia 

"SPAM, GOGS- 
REMEMBER: Family, Matt, Mrs 
DuLong The Girlsw(JA, JC, MJ, HG, 
AH, KM, AF, MF, AD) PK, CS, DS, TG, 
MT, RL, TF, SC, RR, AK, EF, Chig, 
Fireballs, Bleu, rides w/MF, S.Santa, 
Bertuccis, Jr. Prom, Stone, Newbury 
Street, Steve &Tay, Snowboarding, 
Holodeck, recycling, treshpicking, New 
Yrs 94, sleepovers, tent party's, Salvys, 
Kittys, Ames, HG party, 1 1 /27/93, Mr 
BF McDonalds, lunchboxes, navalring, 
Chubbybunnv, Chick&Bird, res, 
LOLLAPALOOZA, Denny's FORGET: 
car accident, the w@#$%&, DeMoulas, 
wisdomteeth, Skunk, lost bras, 
brokenLB, ticket, FAKE B-FRIEND, 
driving w/JA, party w/BB & ANY- 
THING 2DO WITH DEREK SANTINI! 
FAVORITE SAYING:"one person trash 
is anothers treasure" Future: To re- 
cycle the world and own a lunchbox 
company!!!! To Anyone I Forgot Peace 
& Love. 



Julie Gosse 



(aka Jules Gose, Joules Gauss, etc.) 

would like to remember the Cure; Bob 
the shotput; Tori; the Ham and Bean 
debut; gallons of hot drinks; promo- 
tion to the bass line: comFo-ting all; 
the zany Science- inspirational 

Math teacher-; vario~s band camp ex- 
periences; the NS- (for future help); 
Washington madnesi- Nueva York; 
and molecular shapes. She would 
-ather forget polyester uni-orms- 
track underwear (aka uniforms), es- 
says, various band camp experiences, 
and H.S miasma. Thanks to Ma, Dad, 
Tuba, Aline, teachers, band and track 
friends, and recyclers. Adios! 

Henry C. Grise 

Activities: Cross Cbuntry 9-12; capt, 
Winter Track 9-12, Spring Track 9-12, 
Band 9-12. Remember: P.R., J.Y., 
Dumpy, J.M., S & J.W., D.B., to not take 
French in college, balls in physics class, 
band, and not to forget whatever I 
wanted to forget. Forget: JR., C.F., 
scags, tenors, R.P.'s hair, wiggers, hacky 
sacs, 6/3/94, substitutes on powertrips. 
Goals: to graduate college, get a job, 
and find the cure for cancer in my 
spare time. 

Dottie Halliday 

EARTHGIRL, T1NK, SPOT 

REMEMBER:Stephanie, Heidi, Mel, 
Heather, Michelle, Genn, Gimp, Jim, 
DB, JG, KO, CS, Colleen, WorkingW/ 



DB, JR, ANDPG, HAWAII93,j 
Canobie94, Skiing W/SS and HS.j 
Hampton W/The girls, The beach" 
house 7/11. MC. riding W/ the topi 
down (DON'T LOOK!) HAWAII 94. j 
AP gettin "stuck" in Boston, Gloria ] 
(just one more time )State Police, 
(THANXGUYS) lstper study. W/HS,. 
MC, + JS, SRYR. The Caddie Mr. 
Fessesnden. The Fortune Teller. Los-] 
ing Brakes W/Genn - Mr., SUNFLOW-j 
ERS, tigger. FORGET: Working, people 
who think they are better than me| 
Mrs. Netten, English jr yr, walking 
across common in winter, stupid fights, i 
woburn grls W/SS., PT, bad knees, 
every two weeks. FUTURE: BE 
WEALTHY, find the letter "R", and 
have kids, C-YA 

Kenneth J. Hart 

KENNY, KJ, KEN, DOUGHBOY 

REM EM BER: FAMILY, MATT, BRIAnI 
HERB,NIKKI,RACHAEL,SHERRIE.., , 
DAN, JOANY, PUDDLES, JOANN, I 
WAYNE, PAUL, STEVE, MICHELLE, • 
BETH, JEN, MICHAEL, ERIC, CHRIS, 
CANDY, ROB, BEAU, KUBB, JOE, I 
LISA, DAMON, LYNETTE, MOUSY, B 
ONE, VAL, JIM, DOUG JEN, SARA, 
DARCELE, LEVERONE, , AND ALL J 
THEOTHERFRESHMENGIRLSSUN-.'' 
DAY RIVER, CAMPING, ART AND I, 
PHOTO CLASS, THE HUT, SKIHAUS, 1. 
4TH OF JULY VOLLEYBALL, PAR- i 
TIES, JR. PROM, LAWWITHBAS,' 
1STPERIODSTUDY, SNOW FOOT-! 
BALL, NEVER GETTING TO SPAN"' 
ISH ON TIME, THE GIRL FROM' 
BOWLING, BICKFORDS," 

AEROSMITH CONCERTS AND1ST ' 
NIGHT, TAILGATING, THE SCAVMi 
ENGER HUNT, SKIING, HOME-l 
TOWN, KFC, FANUIELHALL, 8/13/1 
94, ACT; FOOTBALL, STUDENT, 
COUNCIL, SPRINGTRACK,I, 

SKICLUB, AIB, FORGETT: SNOBS,ij 
HANGOVERS, ENGLISH CLASS,'. 
HOMEWORK, REPORT CARDS," 
INTERMS, DANCES, RALLIES, 
NOHATS, BIG ATTITUDES ON THE* 
FOOTBALL TEAM!! QUOTES:i; 
GOTTABOLT! CAUZ THATS WHAli 
WE DO! WHO'S THE MAN? 

Shannon Hatch 



Nickname: Schwinn 

Remember all the people who stuck b* ( 
me. CT, MM, SG, SD, D Fisher, M Ings 
M Toce, J Siracusa,JG, JCarr, E Boisvert 
John D, Steve G, Joel S, Devon and m;' r 
family. Thank you Ms. Stoezel for al 
your help, you are the best. Mr. Kelly 
thanks for your encouragement. St' 
Pat's parade in Washington DC. 

Forget RK, LH, Doug, (it's not my faul 
Deb), all the people who did not stic 
by me, Junior Prom, MF, Smelly Snob: 
"If people ask me, I always tell then 
Quite well, thank you I'm glad to sajl 
If people ask me, I always answer, quit 
well thank you, how are vou today? 
always answer, I always tell them, 
they ask me politely. ..BUT SOMI 
TIMES I wish they wouldn't." A 
Milne 



44 



JacQuelyn A. Harden 

IAYDEN" 

ctivities: soccer4, b-ball4, softball4 

;member:Family 

•iends: KATHALEEN, JACQUI, 
\URIE, LINDSAY 

)onnas), SB, BB, ND, AF, Andy, Ryan, 
ike, Mike, Jamie, John, Tom, Fred, 
eve, JW, CG, DS, DD, JL GP, PB, MT, 
HL SC, RL, EF, NP, J V, KM, LV, LH, JF, 
„ LS, "FUN"BOYS, T, Q, L, P/A/K, 
'A/M/H, HIDTAV, NY4YRTAB, 
AL092-PLUCKY, 2/15/92-LUCKY, 
/C93, PROM, LIBI C/O/C, 
OTDAM, SCREAMFACE, CHEM93 
/AD & JL, ANTON'S, STATE 
tf AMPS 93/94, WATV, WINP, ENG, 
I, BEL, HER PES HA VAN, LULU, 
iAUTY, A/N/A/M/G, FATCON, 

3r, p-town, swainhill, bush, 
ameless, cat, stiyuka, 
rinkup, common (bikes&f- 
\ll), rock the boat, rock 
ouse, bomber(jh), lc-make/ 
5/laugh, whp, b&b, leaving/ 
:hool, cedarcloset, wayne, 
/ilcapt, buddah- 

>rget:FIGHTS, INJURIES, BRACES, 
EY,Q,H/OJHLSKR/PS, HAVING/ 
G /MOUTH 

aal:BE HAPPY AND SUCCESSFUL 
ND STAY CLOSE W/MY DONNAS 

Paul ). Heigham 

CTIVITIES: SOC 1 -4, Bsk. 1 -4, Tnns.3- 
NHS(Tres), Peer Ldrs./Mediat., 
iZZbandl-4, March.Bandl-4, B&Rs., 
\DD, JR/SR Pr. COM., StudCncI.3-4, 
ding 

EMEMBER: FAMILY, TAFFY, 
DDBALL, "FIL", LARRY, ALYSON 
DAVE, PAUL>Cpt.Jack, 
ARC>"Big John Stud", JA, TF, SC, 
L, Jl, CG, GP, RS, SM, KM, JV, LV, 
L, MF, CS, KC>TGB, AD, JR, 2N1 , 
Y , 2JH, M&NM, CH, MS, JR, SB, 
'ILDWOOD, X-MAS93', PROM94V/ 
W, Sund. River w/RS, "OKSANA 
OGS", Scenic Rts. w/PB, Summer94', 
LTOl , GRRBY, C ARR1BE AN94', "BIG 
DDY"wDL, New Years94', Boston, 
lCKs, "LITTLE PEOPLE", 
iBAGOME, WASH.DCwBAND94, 
[ELR.PL., 9031 7, -30Deg.>Patio Sleep, 

k> 

DRGET: "JEEP IN THE HOUSE", In 
y 8:00pm>NH94', SAT's, Cheml 0, 
3an.9&ll , Class94', Col. Apple's, 
andCamp, Se mi92', >QUOTE: "VA- 
IETY IS THE SPICE OF LIFE" SAY- 
<JG: "Uh, Huh?Yeah!">THANX: 
iOM, DAD, GOD, Ms.METTE, 
Ir.DeROSA, JULIE, ALYSON, &Any- 
he I Forgot. MISS U ALL GOOD 
UCK CLASS 1995!! 

Amy Hermann 

Herm, Hermanator" 

ctivities: Volleyball, Capt. Tennis, 
lapt. Bread &Roses BPA SADD Peer 
lead ership Prom & Yrbk Comm. 

emember: Mom Dad(TB4E) Brian 
ina-ILU Family S&M Jayme(BFF) 
ndrea Mel Hoi Keli (JC, RL&JA) 
DPromGod MG JA TF SC MT WD 



ML FB DD JC EF Cyn Mrs. 
DulongYllwBtfly Mr. Breakey Jr. High 
Sisters-JC, JV, CL, AG Luv letters DB 
Boys'93JBEkrub&OkselALLDANCES 
PP VD'91 , Gill, Chig, NY's&X-mas par- 
ties 8/20/94 Boys hood Mt. Dew LOTE 
Topsnuf Weirs Shaq Hmptn Stone HB 
THO 90210 Cowgirls "Johnny Angel" 
beads WIG Brownie sundaes w/AF 
Kat & Mary Mr.A VBASED 3-18 Sum- 
mer'94-'95(I hope) SB CA CB JFK, Jr. 
James Dean "Elbows Out" ALL GOOD 
TIMES!! Forget: Toll Booth 0-18 KM 
Episodes "Fat Chance" 

Dream: To get a Sr. Prom date on 
time(J/K) Good luck to All.XOXO 

Kimbeiiee Hewitt 

"Kim" 

Tennis 1, 2, Medical Careers Club 1-4, 
Bread and Roses 1-4, S.A.D.D. 3. 

I remember Elizabeth, Jee, Jen, Pre- 
cious, my family, Kellie 0, and those 
perverts who pulled the alarms, 19min. 
periods, pep rallies, Market Basket, the 
outdated milk in the cafe, psychology 
class, the Church Street Challenge, 
bathroom passes, no drinks/ food in 
the hallway, falling asleep in account- 
ing, the preschool, E. Berlik's notebook 
of doom which I've been in many times, 
Mr. DeRosa's dog who always did bet- 
ter on biology tests than we did, those 
old people in the cafe, college app's/ 
essay's, and the Barracks Bag in Ca- 
reers class. 

JacQueline A Holloway 

Jacqui 

Activities: B-ball 1-4, S-ball 1-4, F- 
hockey 1-4, Drama 4, W-Polo, 

Remember: FAMILY, DANNY 10-29- 
93. LINDSAY, LD, KATHALEEN, 
SHIELA, JACQUI BOMB, LAURIE, 
MURPH, BB, SB, EF, JN, JV, EB, NP, 
LV, ND, MG, LJ, TG, RS, SO, JACK, 
FRANKIE, CHICO, CG, DD, JC, CW, 
AA, DK, TOM, PARSONS, GP, AP, RL, 



TORPS, L&FW / LD, WTRVL, LWINN, 
CAPE, WALDO, N&DEE, DONNAS, 
120BENZPONKDW/L&L, 
"IYSCWYT" BENNY, 93BOYS, SOPH, 
NY92-95, TAB, 2-1 5-92LUCKY, 
HERPEY'S HAVEN, K&J PARTIES, 
HOT DAMN, BR/COMMON, 
SCVHUNT, J/FLORIDA, BAR, 
KITTY'S, TEEPEE W/LD, LULU, 
PSW/L&K, KB, NMG, DAN LWINN 
CAMP LD NOC 6MONTH VDAY 
SBE ACH ILY LST A&F, SHANE, FOR- 
GET: HOMECOMING, FW/KLJ, 95 94 
LABOR DAY, FUTURE: BE HAPPY 
AND GET MARRIED TO THE RIGHT 
PERSON... 

Jessica Horan 

ACTIVITIES: Dance(14), Color 
Guard(4), Bread and Roses(3), Student 
Council(2), Prom Committee(2), Year- 
book(l), National Honor Society(l) 

REMEMBER: Family, AM, CS, AP, 
KCa, JC2, KO, PR, DBa, KCu, DBe, MB, 
Woburn St., MS, ML teddy bear, Wash- 
ington^), football games, band camps, 
Cabin 9, spare pair, Church St. Chal- 
lenge, The Nothing Dance, semi, 
AAAPLE, The Shoes, Pre School, 
Stelio's, Turn The Beat Around, I love 
Grease, vegetables, Trivial, HG, 
Tailpipe, AB, DS, DL, AC, KCr, The 
Boat, Ground Round, broken hat, 
Teachers Training(3), Kinderdance, 
recitals FORGET: EJ, JH(F(S/EXIT), 
SATs, applications, Analysis, 3rd 
grader, 9/94 

GOAL: To have fun and to be happy 

Lisa Houle 

Lise, Lee 

Activities:Fball Cheering, Gymnastics, 
PL, PrCom Thank you:Mom, Dad, 
Katie&Rob-GLinHS-U2Kay I LuuU 
Rll.Remember:KellyB/F, JOE, 

GRRRETT, PRT, RRCH, M I KE, JS, LC, 
DD, SB, RD, JC, RD, EI-J, JC#2, JY, HG, 
MG, DB, SC, DF, KM JR, RM&Rnyone 
14got ! hptn, Sum/94, JRprom, 




GllJIIJhatdidueat?Orion, FERN, PC in 
pool, Philly, R/undrlur JS- 
Didugetmyshoe?Getnlost-Boston,GllJ- 
pinkbolu Mike-off to hetnpuille, Buzz 
alljokes&flicks-hey Buf I gotsmthng4U 
! KD-LupMel, euy tng, gym meets Fball 
1 Iuin94-Dra, Joe-oil I t, Me, They, 
etcLC-Hey p*# cmpfrlmouie)KS=DS, 
noteslu/EHJ, Tommy, SR-gradgift 
Stknglu/KS(5&44), My prty, 
MFldrinkmax, Shhhhh! Forget-Fights, 
B-ups, Bckstbrs, Bucky, 1st party & 
mattress Goal-To Be Prosperous 

Melissa Ings 

Missy, Mist, Mel 

REMEMBER: KAREN AND FAMILY, 
MOM, DAD, JOHN, JEANNIE, 
HEATHER, PAPA, NANA, ANDY, 
JACKIE AND FAMILY, MARY, DEB, 
MM, MC, CS, KO, JR, SCOTT, DM, BM, 
SD, MD, RH, KIETH, GUY, MV, 
CHRISTINA, JESSICA, TIME W/ 
MARY, JACKIE, CHARLENE AT 
STU'S PARKING LOT, TIMES WITH 
KAREN AT THE BOAT SUMMER 
1994, TIME WITH JACKIE HANGING 
OUT THE WINDOW, HAY RIDE 
WITH YOUTH GROUP, JT, STUDY JR. 
YEAR W/ GIN, KELLIE, STENCH, 
KELLY & MARY, JAMIE STUDY W/ 
BAZ, MARY, KELLY, KELLY, MEL, 
LOR1 & MARY, L. TWINS., MARIA, 
CAMP 1992 & 1994 SHELLY, KEN, 
STEVE, RICK, KATHY, MELANIE P. 
ERIC, KITCHEN JOE, GREG, GB, MD, 
DR, MC, ERIN, OLD & NEW FRIENDS 
WHO I MAY HAVE FORGOT SORRY 
GUYS, MONKS, TTM, T.ED FORGET: 
JV, JR. PROM, MRSG ,MR.C.,JUNE10, 
1990, FEBRUARY 10 1994, JULY 6, 1994, 
SK, FIG HTS W / PEOPLE, E VERONE I 
DON'T LIKE. FRESHMAN-SENIOR 
YEAR AT W.H.S. X-MAS 1992, MRS. 
GERSHONS ACCOUNTING CLASS 
JR. YEAR, FIGHTS W/ JASON AND 
JULIE, JEN B. FAV SAYING: WHAT 

Melanie K. Johnson 

"Mel, Melianne" 

ACTIVITIES: Volleyball; Tennis, Capt.; 
Peer Leadership SADD; 

Bread'N'Roses; Prom C ommittee 

REMEMBER:Mom, Dad, Steve, Jen, 
MKH, "The Clique" (Hoi, J, Andrea, 
Amy, Kel) Ann, Jen, Me 1 G.-luvya; TF, 
SC,DD,JA,RL,MT,PB,EF,JC,HS,CS, 
AM, KM MF, JK, ML, WD*ES, RB, 
DF*Cyn, Gills, AD's Mom, Semi, Jr 
Prom(wkend), Hmcmins, New Yrs Eve 
Pt I, II, Gill Prtys, 8/ 20/94, WIG, Fire 
@ Amy's, Billy'joel, Jr Skip D ay(TOC, 
HOTB, THO, BMF)Summa 94, Hmptn 
Boys, HB, Pizza Hut Talks, Weirs 
Wkend, Tnt Prtys, Chby bnny, Scrnhse, 
JG FC, Res, Bertuceis, "Stone", Caress. 
Hmptn w/ no $, Skny Dping, w/A&J 
in Wgn Marlboro Girls, BU w/J, Hoi 
Mis, Fir Dncin, Pats Game, Grls Nhts, 
Hlwn 94, Scrt Snt VB, VBAS, SClckr, 
Tnis; Mary, Kat, Bessie, Wgn, Krkc, 
Sldin Icesktin, Rd Frgl, Bds Yllw Btrfly; 

FORGET:KM Epsds, Pats Game, fghts 
w/frnd ES, Crin Bthrm 10/21/94, 0A 
GOAL:2B HPY 4-eva; w/ES JK 



45 




Matthew Keddie 



Robert P. Kelly 



James K. LaCasse 



Rachael Marie Keefe 



Jennifer Kelley 



Lynn Aline Kelley 







Colleen Kerrigan 



Seung Won Kim 



Daniel Kivlehan 




Michael LaCorcia Denise Margaret Langone Lori Ann LaojJidara 



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m » 



Robert John Lavita 




John Lynch 



Christine A. Maggio 



Joseph Martiniello 




Diane L Matulewicz Melanie McGlinche^y 



Bonnie McLean 



Keli Mehigan 




• 



Michelle Montalto 



Nicholas Montalto 



Katie S. Moran 



Timothy Murphy 



47 



Matt Keddie 



Kube 



Remembers: Cac, TD, TR, DT, BEV, RP, 
DD, OB, GP, GL, MM, BC, MM, VD, JS, 
MT,SC,JP,JL,RL,PF&TF,JC,TUCCrs, 
MC, CANADA, CANADA, my rental, 
trampoline, coverting, ED's, riding in 
theDARE car, tower, livingston, 
Macdonald's, The res, football, my 
teammates, my coaches, allmy friends 
I didn't mention, papa's, Pumpkins, 
Macelroy, and jonesing. 

Forgets:double sessions, throwing up, 
getting lost in boston, arguments on 
weekends, English, Math, Community 
service, Boating 

Fav Saying: "H YOU WON'T" "Pass 
that thing" "JONES" 

Rachael Keefe 

ACTIVITIES: Football Cheerleading 10- 

I 2, 1 ljinter Track 911, Spring Track 9- 

II REMEMBER: my family, K0, LL 
COOL F, DF, LH , KM , BK CH, MH, MK, 
EF, DR, KC, SC, JC, SB, MF, PR; Miss 
Rmerica, Junior Prom, all jokes u/Ker, 
secret parties, just makin the rotary, 12- 
mip record, hard cranberries, hot tub, 
the red underluear, green chair, lunch 
in the lounge, cheering, Gotta go to 
Bingo, EnGuard, T.D.llJaffle, Flour 
fight, puddle fight, O.J. fight, Look 
Orion, Smelly Potatoes, lljet Ones, P-P- 
Pitsfield, Birthday cards, Ruminated- 
Ester of luood, Mintaburst-lipgloss, 
Horn Pond, Liuingston Park, behind 
the Wildside, nights at the Lake. 
FORGET:all Richards, summer in 
Lolljell, rumors, Oak Tree, TRRCK, the 
accident, Wayne syndrome, driuin I1J/ 
Mom, chased at the Lake, Constipation 
Man, mall, mouies or mini-golf?, 7/3/ 
941firellJorksl, Sociology, St. John's 
boys, 10/31/93, the DePa incident! 

Jennifer Kelley 

"Genn" |^^^^^^ ' 

Remember: Family, Friends, Mishell, 
Shaun, Jameelah, DM, DH, MG, TB, JK, 
JF, Jon C, BJ, DC, NF - Loafs, EV, Tony 
B, Tony F - Yamaha, SB, Field Hockey 
- Soph yr, MR, Curtis, Homecoming, L 
& S, revere, Spring Court, NH, Thelma 
and Louise, Afro-puffs, sunflower 
stealing, Florida, Camb boyz, TL, CL, 
Soph semi with SB, TA, DM, Everett 
boyz, Bickfords, I'll house you, 
Mishell's crazy driving, The Chase, 
talks with Jon C, BJ, and Mishell, BO 
JACKSON #34. Forget: Camb boys, 
WHS, TONY F, Tony's Sunday night 
phone calls, players, selling out. Break- 
down in Everett, SDM with Mishell, 
loosing the breaks with DH, Hampton. 
Favorite saying: Shoot, Stay Black. Fu- 
ture: Go to college, become a para- 
medic, move to North Carolina with 
Mishell and drive a ninja. 



Lynn Kelley 




"Lynnifer" 

Remember; frshmn yr7CM, Michelle, 
MC, MM, KM, KC, Lynn ma, Lynnfield, 
Tewks, nam i badn, Hmptn bch, Jeff, 
summer 94, 6/5/94, jr. , prom, Dave D, 
rvre bch, run away MO, beach club. 



Bickfords prklot, tatoo(jsp), iacuzzi, 
koosh, furry, filzzy bear, duh?wrong 
way, stealing signs, Conway, week- 
ends at my house, Keegan, I luv u, all 
niters, Tanguere, Long Isl. iceT, Hess, 
Ariz.w-kc, card games, bud ball, cape, 
yllw trckr, Haverhill, Plastow, Kngstn, 
fires on bch, Mr D, thanx 4 bein there, 
frshmn Eng, bluntd can't see), Shadow, 
"he's just a friend" I niters, stolen cars, 
n3UHarl.Dave.,chpstick, 1R, lrg. house 
Foreget:bkstbbrs, snobs, whs, mental 
hosp, shorl hair, stealers, fat people, 7/ 
2/94, DM, IK, untrue friends, 2 facers, 
getting caught, fightin ova Dennis, 
Lynn ma, car dying, no money, loss of 
respect, AO, fights w-fam, cops, people 
unsure of skin color, so called friends 
who only "wanf'each other in all ways 

Colleen Kerrigan 

To Remember: Family, All the good 
times with Annemarie, Joey (Smoe), 
Diane, Jeannine, Heather, Kris, Lori, 
M.D., D.M., M.S., THE VAN, Corsica, 
Gio, Lyn, Cambridge, Halloween 94, 
clubs, racing, flat tires, 11/11/94 - 
P.A.R.R., Omega, Manchester, The 
breakfast club, Lawrence movie the- 
atre, Livingston, 007, hanging out, 
SHANE. To Forget: WHS, Woburn, 
eggs, FAKE PEOPLE - M.F. WHITE, 12 
/13/94, mistakes, J.M., crashing, old 
friends, getting caught, kidnapped, 
PIGS MOM, DAD I DID IT!!! 

Seung Won Kim 

"Reek Man" 

ACTIVITIES: Spring Track 1-4; Winter 
Track 1-4; X-Country 1, 2, 4; Newspa- 
per 2-4; NHS 3, 4; Class VP 1; 
Bread&Roses 2, 4; Candystriper 3, 4 
Newspaper 2-4; NHS FAVORITE 
QUOTE: "I cannot fly, I got no Air 
Jordans!" REMEMBER: Mr.FK+RD & 
all other wonderful teachers, all the 
terrific people I met, MASP, tracksters 
esp. 4x400, D&D; Zyx; Star Wars; 
cryonics, biology, Frogey Gooey the 



socks puppet FORGET: Meggie Heart, 
salt ring, D.B., SAT I & II; X-country 
practice, shovel hairdo, silence, essays, 
"No, 1 don't know the score!" "Have a 
nice life!" 

Daniel Kivlehan 

"KIV" 

Activities: Basketball 1-4 

Remember: Mac, Sid, Rat, Gill, GJ, GC, 
DO, BC, KP, GP, AP, DS, J A, LV, RB, 
EC, Beth, CM, SMM, Foods w/JC & 
CG, Getting jumped at Simards, New 
Years at Brent's, Hanging out at Rat's, 
Basketball dinners, Good times w/Jen, 
Noels chalet, Dave's cottage, Sopho- 
more Semi & Junior prom w/Jen, Go- 
ing to Cancun, Bentley's parties, win- 
ning money, sleeping over Jen's, 
Johnson's parties, sleeping over Sid's, 
Sid's shower, All nice teacher's at WHS. 

Forgets: Filene's w/MC, All bad times 
with Jen, Hampton. When I wasn't 
there, Fighting over girls, RB moving. 

Goals: Go to college, become a police 
officer and live a happy and exciting 

life. 

James LaCasse 

Activities: Baseball RemembenCalvin 
Greg Joe Mike Paul Dave Ken JAP The 
Crazy American D-Child Maryjane5/ 
13 /94 Lnch at BK Lucille Chmsfrd Sccr 
gm V-Ball gm Lwll Btrs Rw Bridge 
Chemistry Trash Baggin Per 3 grvyrd 
X-Mas 93 

Norman Pizza Hut DC 94 Bust his nose 
off Merr College Fair D-Child & JAP at 
Pmphse When I Shanked Myselt 

Forget: Basketball Bnd Coach Woods 
Ditka M&M Baseball gm in Burl. 

Michael A. LaCorcia 

Pepe/Spot/Skunk/Mugga (Kirby 
Banks) 

REMEMBER: Mom, Dad,Stacv, Brunes, 



Wes, Katy, Burkie, Dee, Katie, Lo 
Nook, Bird, Finn, Shawn, Richie, Lync 
Jimbo, Charisse, Amy, Andrea, Jul 
Jay, Dave, GP, DK, EF, JC, HG, MJ, J 
JH, CO, JT, AZ, SK, KM, LP, JC, CS, ! 
SB, JM, CS, JH, Shane, Lucci's Peop 
Hoi-Parry/Shed, UNH, Jr. Prom, Sc 
cer Sr. Year, New Year's "94", Amhei 
Tourney, D.C. 

FORGET: CT/Rumor, Hol-Partj 
Shed, Jake The Snake, Ms. Russell x 
Accused-Jackets, Lucci's, Stat 
"HAND-OFF" Track, Base(CUT)bsi 
Dracut, Soccer-States x 2 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1-4, Basketball! 
2, Spring Track 2-4, Peer-Leadershi 
Bread and Roses. 

Denise Langone 

Dee 

Activities V. Soccer, V. Track, JunJ 
and Senior Prom Committee, SAq 
Remember Family, Canada, me 
wagon, cliff, fire @ Amy's, DF ca 
football games freezing, NY94, juni 
proms, DM's people, Fern's chats, ja 
elin buddies, JDV, Brook, "Is it 1 
time yet?", Christian "Do you s< 
watches?" W.T.D., Andrea f/f, ba! 
teeth, Mike L, WD, Fern, TW, GR(CV! 
Ray's fashon etiquette, Andrew, Fa 
KM, LV, AW, NC, Chatch, M Rucl 
TM, Rago, DG, EF, DF, SM, SO, Ste 
the Greek, Jess, Geoff, Mrs. Shack, M 
D, Miss A, Middlesex, Swan, seere 
and my real friends whoever you ai 

ForgetStupid people/fights, Iimowi 
phone tag, followers, people who cai 
keep a secret, NY94, Denephew, He 
Bio & Chem, Soccer practices, car pre 
lems, being late for everthing 

Goal to make it big on my own a: 
become well known for my artwori 



48 



Robert Lavita 

[CKNAMES:SpIinter, Tom Cruise, 
»b 

MEMBER:Mom, Dad, Mikey, Tim, 
-em v, Sean, Charisse, MT, JI, DD, PB, 
, RR PF, RH, SJ, CL, JC, AH, AF, MJ, 
G JH, DK, DC&LUCILLE THE 
JUMPET, LIL PEACH MAN, KM, 
G, ] A AD, MF, IMPALA, COROLLA, 
.WAYS SCREECHING, KR,JH,BB, 
ARSHFIELD, SKATING, HOLLYS 
^RTY, ALL THE NIGHTS HANG- 
IG OUT AT HAROLD PARKER, 

AR MARKET POSSE, JR. 
tOM,THE HOOD NOOKS CRAZY 
GIVING, CROWLEYS TIP, THE REZ, 
\ ND, THE CLICK, SLEEPOVERS- 
+CYN, SLEEPOVERS- SEAN C. 

)RGET:THE CELICA CRASH, 
iRSONS CLASS, CHUBBY BUNNY, 
DSING MY SUMMER W/ MY 
UENDS, GETTING PULLED OVER, 
iTTING IN TROUBLE 

CTIVITIESGROSS COUNTRY 1&2, 
ER LEADERSHIP 

JTURE: TO BECOME A 
ILMINGTON OR STATE POLICE 
=FICER 

John A. Lynch 

L, JOHNNY, SHAG, MOP" 

rtivities: 1-4 Hockey, Captain Senior 
., 1-4 Baseball, 1—3 JazzBand, 1-3 
nd, 3-4 Peer Mediation, 3Peer Lead- 
ship. 

■member: Mom, Dad, Maura, Fam- 
', Shanon, My Dog Baron. 

iends: Tom, Swaze, Bomb, Dahn, 
ipes, Mada, Whitie, Jack & Shane, 
-egg(Gaban), Hog, CG, DS, South, 
ayden, KR, JH, LC, JDV, Rick & 
aryl(MobADogMan)Crowley, 
ULG, DrumCloset, DCTrip, 
mdCamp 92, RALPHIE, FONT, Jeff, 
ike, Steve, FETUS(Mike & Todd), 
emo, LastGigUnderground, Janie, Ed, 
ino, RIVENDELL, Piper, Weafer, 
orse, Bigjohn, MASSHYSTERIA, 
elS, ShellCrew, Hockey Parties, 
lark, Pags, SLAPSHOT, Fattyman 
4B&MG), MonkeyWrench(JC&RS), 



WOODSTOCK94, KISS, ALICE, NIR- 
VANA, ROLLINS, LENNY, EricCarr, 
Kurt Cobain, WOLFw/Tommy, PAW, 
Toodd's Pad, Ed's Basement. 

Forget: ClassOf 94, Butch, Parades, 
SAT's, TakesHisChance, Rain, Mud, 
andLines(STOCK) 

Favorite Saying: Butter Your Own 
Muffin. 

Goal: To be the drummer for ALICE IN 
CHAINS. 

Joe Martiniello 

"Joseph, Hoey, &You'" 

Thanks To: Mom, Dad, Gina, Mike, 
Mario, Mr.Cripps, Mr.Kelley 

Activities:x-Country, Varsity Winter & 
Spring Track, SADD, BPA, Peer Lead- 
ership, Bread&Roses, Prom Commit- 
tee, & Matchmaking 

FRlENDS:Wayne(B/F), Kerri, Pat, Kell, 
Lisa(chaching), Jamie, Michelle (B/ 
F&Greg good times), Jess 

Remember:Track(CS, EB, HG, MD, MF, 
GW, SWK, RH, W D, NC, TP, NM, SM, 
KC,MV,JB.Saxplayer),DB(Greek),DF, 
KO(Chief), NF, PS, LLF, DR, HS 
DUNKIN BUDDIES 

MEMORlES:Miss Russell's class, office, 
work@4 w/no$, Hampton, Canobie 
(splash), "TOMMY", "BlLL",Mini golf, 
carfueds, racing, States, Proms, B-State 
Games, State Relays, x-mas, cas oil, 
Band Bandits 

FORGET:3/93, 6/4/94, car trouble, fi- 
nals, childish fights, users, selfish 
people, &the WHS"in "Hills FAVOR- 
ITE SAYlNG&SOUNDAsk me if I 
care&l'll tell you I don't+The cat 
meow(reow) FUTURE PLANS:To find 
true happiness & make a difference in 
the world 

Melanie McGlinchey 

REMEMBER: MS, , MC, DF, .CS, KO, 
MA, MI, DH, KS, AP, CS, AM, MO, LK, 
EF, MB, GRIFF, EC, BG, Hampton, Kirk, 
Camping w/MS, CS, KO, MC, LG, 
Cape, Lynn Parties, Zip, Am I Bad?, 
Lobster & Squid, SP, Festive, Club, 
Driving w/Tops Off w/MC, CS, KO, 




DH, AUnighters, Breakfast, SkipDay 
w/MC, CS, DF, DH, Beach Down Cape, 
Sleep In ParkingLot, Gloria, Chem. 
Soph. Yr., Dan, July 9, Look For Deb, 
HotelCal, BlackChair, RestStop, 
FriendlysParkinlot, Anyone Else I For- 
got. 

FORGET: Jun. Prom, Penelope, People 
in Lynn, ME, Soph. YR„ SATS, Fights 
w/CS, AM, ST, Accident, Taking PT, 
CS-KO-Peep in Window, D. Ring & 
Friends, Diving Off Mels Stairs-Sleep 
On K. Floor, Getting Caught, MB, Red 
in Eng. Class-Jun. Yr., Bob&ThatNight, 
CC, Trig, , Finals, D.Road, Sgt. Bill, 
Night w/Corey & Friend, Mels Car- 
Cleaning Up NextDay 

Keli Mehigan 

"Kel" 

Activities: FH CHLDG SADD YB PL 
PROM COMM. B&R Remember: FAM- 
ILY, DREW, BFF :HG, MJ, AF, AH, JC2, 
AD, J A, MG EF, AW, KM, GP, HIMMY, 
MP, MC, T F, JA, RL, SC, ML, MT, PB, 
DD, HG PRTS, MCRM, 12994, PUB- 
MC, W A BT, MJ, BETTY, NYE1 +2, 4592, 
4 2993, PROM, SLPOVRS TNTPRT, 
FNLBL, HDW/AD,NYWD, DCTRP, 
XMASEVE, STDY93, BCGM &DNC, 
SLPBG, HMPTN, NHW/AD, D 
SNYICE, 16BDAY, SEMI, DEBIS, 
CAMPS, M.DULONG(FIOH)SW, PK 
BYS, SKPDY, JVBRM, RAGSES, VA P, 
RMP, EYB, GD, SECSAN, WDS, H 
BSCHL, NKDSX, 4X1D, MF-BOOTS Y, 
HMCMG, SALVIS, PHSCRTS, LN 
VSTAP, SKNYDPN, CHUBBUN, JSM 
N, CNDY, STAR-MC, WA, DB, PD, S 
G-FIG, WIG, KRKE, CYNCKS, THO 
BMF, TOC, HOTB, HB, BILESHAKE 
RC, MG, SPKTWRLD, LSTHYRD, CH 
ELS, FOGGY, SISNOLGS, JR, JES 
Forget:EVRYTHNG2DOW/GJ, FW / 
GF&AP, 112493, ACCDNTS, MON O, 
BBDNRS, GRGNS, RING, JS, JF JL, JT, 
SPNBTL, SMR94, COMM, S S, RUMRS, 
DIP, LIARS, DOUBTRS M+M, 
KELLER, BRIT, LFT@MALL! 
GOAUTO BE HAPPY 4-EV A!!! GOOD 
LUCK EVRY1 -143— -1455 

Michelle Montalto 

Remember: My Dad — I love you — Greg 
Young 1 /2/94— 2001, My F.H.B's Sara 
and Beth, Jen, AnnMarie, Kerry, Diane, 
Nick, Carianne, LC-GB-PR-PS-PH- 
MA-RDAl's-NF-BC-JM & NE1 else I 
4got-U know who U are! My Twin & 
fam. Special Friend Joey B-Thanks blue 
eyes!-The Greek/The spy, The Smells, 
Vermont & Hicks, What's up dude? Go 
straight Jen, Canada? The coca-cola 
river/lake, zzz-parties/ fort/west, 
Pizza Hut, D&D, KC & Soph typing, 
Spooky, Mission Mette, Gomer, Cameo 
Crew,' 11/20/94 started it all! Rock. 
Mall, The Hitchiker, Kreymestly, Band 
Camp, King Ridge, Band, LC's tent, 
monopoly & Bogrover, Fro's class, 
Bickfords after JP — Forget — Cliques, I 
st car wreck w/ JS & KA, The Cookie, 
Analysis, The evil one, MidyearlFinal 
exam-cram, Band D.C. Trip 3/94, Track, 
All the rules — Philisophy — Life's too 
short, don't think about it, just do it — 
Smile! 



Nicholas Montalto III 

"Monty, 2inl, Primetime, Snicker" Re- 
member: Heather S JR JB SK TG SB AP 
PB JL BJM LF AE JG JM PR NC BAS 
MastersofEvil WOW DF PF NF MYF 
BSASCVHNTSKOSWKWDBNDRM 
BND BANDITS HG DW GY DC WG 
DR KH BC PS KO SW JW DAFORT DD 
ESEFGWMFLSKBNL2MR.DSJTJM 
DB DK MP AM SC SM WC FUE ALL 
OTHERS I CAN'T REMEMBER! ! ! 
BEST WISHES TO ALL MY FRIENDS! 
I THANK MY FAMILY, FRIENDS 
AND ALL WHO CARED! LIKE MY 
DAD, AND MY TWIN SISTER! IRE- 
MEMBER MAKE EVERY SITUATION 
SEEM FUNNY NO MATTER HOW 
BAD IT IS! ! 

Katie S. Moran 

ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey, B-ball 
cheerleading, Student Council, SADD, 
Peer leadership, Peer mediation 

REMEMBER: Mom, Dad, Greg, Alyson, 
Lori, Jenna, Erin, Mike, Andrew, 
Denise, Dave, Paul H, Paul B, Andrea 
Fraser, Danielle, ND, JI, AF, SC, LH, 
GP, Field Hockey Team, The Cheer- 
leaders, JA, CS, JCX2, Mr. Scanlon, Mr. 
Joyce, JAC, KC, RL, JH, HG, MJ, AD, 
MT, good times w/KM, Bathroom 
Beauties, tent party, JJ CONCERT, JR. 
Prom weekend, sneaking out w/ Volpe, 
12/3times2, the res, baking cookies, 
PH-Falzies, Scavenger hunt, decorat- 
ing w/FH, cream cheese, Tewksbury- 
FH game, UMASS-soccer game, spin- 
the-bottle, Little Caesars, boys 
sleepoveron patio, mouse in the house, 
Volpe's 11/19-11/23, Burger King, 
Lawnmower Man, 4 guys 

FORG ET: NYE, probs w / MG, limo war, 
chased at F-ball game, psychotic epi- 
sode at JDV's, fight at BK, broken hearts. 

Tim Murphy 

ACTIVITIES: Kempo-Karate, Skiing, 
Taekwondo, Spring Track, Winter 
Track, Wrestling 

Remember: Most Importantly My Best 
Friends-Rob Murphy, Pat Rufo, Todd 
Giabbai, Marc Dijulia, Paul Bruno, 
Wayne Chin, Mike Fuller, Seung Won 
Kim, Jeremy Rufo, Justin Yentile, Henry 
Grise, Brian Crowley- The Best Friends 
Anyone Could Ever Have, Sleepover 
Birthday Parties, Pat's Cottage, Star 
Wars, Ski Trips, Science Fair, Paper 
Games, Hours Playing Pool & Dun- 
geon Master, Junior Prom, Troll, Class 
of 95 & High School Experience Forget: 
9, 10, 11 English, Star Market, Fresh- 
man Lunch, Track Practice, World Cul- 
ture, "NOT", All Unfinished Goals Fa- 
vorite Quote: "Nothing is as easy as it 
seems, Everything takes longer than 
you expect, and if anything can go 
wrung it will, at the worst possible 
moment." 

Goals: Have Family & Become Rich & 
Successful 



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Allyson Murray 



Amy O'Melia 



Kelly Muse 



Aline Normoyle 



Stephen O'Neill 



Kerri H. Oakleaf 



KellieO'Donnell 




Andrew D. Paglia 







AnnMarie Pavone 



Robert Pelletier Gregory John Peters 



Nancy Pote 



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Jta*^: 




Michael Potito 



Virginia Ribeiro 



Phillip Ritucci 



Jessica Roberts 




Jeannine M. Romkey 



Kathaleen Rooney 



Patrick Rufo 



Jamie Rutledge 




Heather Scott 



Kelly Silva 



Jennifer Siracusa 



W wm V 

Laurie K. Southmayd 



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Allyson Murray 



'Al" 



Activities: Wildcat News, Wildcat Band, 
Prom Committee, Yearbook, B&R, 
NHS, B-ball cheering, Tennis, Cross 
Country RemembenMom, Dad, April, 
family, Mark, Col, Jess, Deb, AnnMarie, 
Henry, George, Kerry, Pat, Kerri, Al, 
Jane, Jen, Matt, Julie, Aline, Keith, 
Geoff, Greg, Kat, Mary, Mousy; Baxter 
Lake(JayM&L, George, 4th of July), 8th 
NYC&DC trips; Fri's w/Col & Mel & 
guys, FreshCC, JL'sparty, 3/23/92, 7/ 
4/92, Cen.games,! 2129192, SophSemi, 
Closing at Dandylions, Fri nite games, 
after Wil/Cen game, Anatomy, , Phys- 
ics, SHH!, grabbing Col's forehead, in- 
vincible poof, , Mr.Olsson, Mr.DeRosa, 
New Years Eve 91, Mr.Chasse, 
Hatchshell, Steve you owe me a dol- 
lar!, hitting Andy, stalling in car w/ 
Kel, b-ball games, Stelio's 
Forget:Jr.Prom, fights, Dracut game, 
REPAP, Showcase, Summer reading , 
2/20/93, funerals Saying:"Mediocre 
minds generally condemn everything 
which passes their understanding. " 



Kelly Muse 



"MUSEY" 

REMEMBER: Lori Laquidara, Amy 
O'Melia, Michelle Castronovo, MA, 
DG, CH, KO, TL, AP, DP, NE, LK, and 
all the rest of my friends, NVS RULZ- 
OD, Grandmama, Pearls, Homey, 
Roache, CW, McDonalds, Skiing w/ 
MC, AO, Jr. Prom, Frsh Yr Biology w/ 
D, Megasey's Class w/LK, Bas's 2nd 
Period Study, MA, LL, DG, and so 

on Gershon, Car, Redlight, Hilltop, 

The Stones, KP, Beach, The Rocks, Bed- 
room Window, LL, Sledding, LL, MM, 
MC, SP, MP, DH, Milkshake, 
Grandmama, Wheels, Armata 

Favorite Saying: My Fault, Pretty, Fat!! 

Goal: To Get A Good Job, Get Married 
and Have Kids 

Aline Normqyle 

forget: high school 

remember: some absoloutely fabulous 
people (and you know who you are, 
Jazzin'Iules"BulletWound"Gosse,Sly, 
Geoff, Big Red, Scott, Gretchen, Kerry, 
George, Pat, Wendy, Jen"wild and 
crazy girl"Russo, Ray "drop of golden 
sun" Dudley, and many, many more 
that 1 can't think of right now because 
my mind is a sieve); take care, good 
luck, enjoy life We' re f reeeeeeeeeeeee! 

Kellic O'Donnell 

"CHIEF" "CD" 

REMEMBERM Yr.w/CS,DD, 

GR(SHEA/DULONG), NVS, KM, 
MA, AO, Mr. DeK ■ ( lass w/ 

EW, KM, ST, (Debauch,, Donna De- 
mons) Mr. Wood's Chemistry Class, 
6th Per. Study Jr. Yr. w/LC, DM, BC, 
Camping w/ MM, CS, MS, UNCLE 
PERV, GLORIA, KR(Anton's), Lunch 
Sr. Yr. w/DB, DH, AN, Winter 
TrackJG, KB, PR, JG, KP, NM, JM, KC, 
Movies w/MF, Mr. Grecoe, Mr. 
Scanlon, BB, B AZ, AL, Eagles, Anatomy 



Class, TW, DF, WD, "Something 
Fierce", Screaming Yellow, KLy., Poke, 
Old KMR. 

FORGET: Coach Wells, AF, JT, JH, Sgt. 
Bill, Homecoming 94', Spanish Jr. Yr. , 
Class of 96", Mrs. Gershon, The People, 
June 94', New KMR. 

Amy O'Melia 

"Homey" 

REMEMBER: Family, Jay 7/24/92, 
Kelly, Michelle, Pearls, Lori, OD, MC 
Meliane, Deb, Bill}', Alicia, Darlene, 
Michelle M., Terri, Tonia, Grandmama, 
Ma, Coach Wells, Nooney, Bickfords 
Crew, Talks w/Lisa, Nicole M., TD, 
PP, LL, KL, TS, MRS. B„ Baz, NVS 
RULZ, Skiing Gunstock, McDonalds, 
Rocks, Parties, XMAS 93, Hilltop, 
Gershon, Redlight 

FORGET: 2Faced People, Snobs, LK, 
MO, Liars, Cliques, Cookies, Fights 
Over Stupid Reasons, Fights w/ Jay 
And Friends, English 12, Most 

Of All WHS and Anything Else Not 
Worth It!! 

Favorite Saying: My Bad, Pretty, Ya 
Right 

GOAL: Have A Mature Husband And 
Be Happy 

Stephen O'Neill 

Activities.Football 1-4 Capt, Peer Lead- 
ership, Peer Mediation 

Remember: Mom Dad and Family, 
LINDSAY 8/5/93, Randy, Kathaleen, 
#33, Jack, Frankie, MB, MG, CG, JL, RS, 
JC, TG, AA, TB, GP, Hayden, Laurie, 
JH, BB, SB, AD, AM, LH, EF, LV, DL, 
KC, JC, Chico, The Curriers, Coach 
Sullivan, Mousey and the boys, brass 
knuckles, runaways, tattoo, old yella, 
Jr Prom, V-Day 94, rooneys&Haydens 
parties, Dracut 93-94, Shane 86, All 
The Good Times! Forget:9/5/94, 
lOsing, Fights with LC&KR, 8/30/94, 
Boreing Nights, Christmas eve 93, 
Hip&Knee, Attitudes, People that don't 
listen, People that Know it all, Waking 
up for school, Mrs.J, Having to grow 
up, All the bad times! Future:To lead a 
happy and succsessful life doing what 
I enjoy TH ANX MA AND DAD! ! ILYLC 

Kerri Oakleaf 

Miss Priss, Smelly, Karaoke, Oaktree, 
Kerrence 

ACTIVITIES: Tennis, Track, SADD, 
MCC, Bread& Roses, Color Guard 

REMEMBER: Dad, Mom, Tarn, Sheba, 
Mu f fin, Rach, Pat(Baboo), Joe, Lori, and 
others; Track and Band Buddies; sew 
buttons; smelly potatoes; Forget 
Cameo-better plans; beeping; I 
swear(my dance);Jr. Prom; Band Camp; 
B-Day cards; Canobie and getting 
splashed; making it to school alive; 
Parties; LSL in the L of the LL, cucum- 
ber girls; Hampton 94; Ta Iking all night; 
Hello? 

FORGET: Lowell guys; sophomore 
year; second best; parades; cold games; 
Total Confusion; November Rain; Go 
With The Flow; curfews; applications; 
Saturday Morning Practices; infatua- 
tions! 



Andrew Paglia 

"DREW", PAGS" 

REMEMBER:GOD, FAMILY, KELI, 
BCHIGH, GILL, PETERS, KEVO, P S, 
RH, PB, SO, SC, DC, JP, MP, SW - 
GODBLESS-AD-SGE, KEVSROOM 
SALISBURY wKM, GP, DC, -DL, KM , 
MGHOUSE, TRPS, FC, GREHN, D+ C, 
ERINSHOUSE, PH-KM, EF, LV, ND- 
STUFFTODO, ML, WD, BAR, RS , AA, 
CHARLIE, LUCILLE, CALVN 
HTSHOWS-MRRMACwGP, HG, MJ, 



snobs clicks fights wl KA, MM V 
class BC old boyfriends applcati 
work SAT'S 

Ambition: to be successful at what 



Greg Peters 



"Pistol " "O.G" 

Activities: Baseball 4, Soccer 4, Bas 
ball 2 

Remember: Family(esp. LP!), Ar 
Chris, El, Dan, Dave C , Paul, Jei 
Erin, Kel, Jack, Doug, Lunches w 




A H, JC, JA, KR, JH, LS, JH, RM, WA 
KA, WASH, NYC, 8THGRADE, LNVS 
TSKEL, SLPNGATGILLS, DIPS, R 
UDOLPH, JC, MKTB, MM, CJ, OH!, SS, 
1STKM, GD, EYB, 4592, HH, D S, T, J W, 
LAKE, MP, JL, J V, JENN A, BABY, 1 43, 
007, 187, JrPROM HANDJIVE, 9122, 
COOLESTKIDS , AF, JC, DK, DO, CL, 
MB, SNKOUT , BK, WSTD, 
4SHERIDAN, HACKS, FRIENDS, 
FAM, M, D, V, R, BBOYS , MASH, 
CRACK, 0, TYP, LOVE, FOR- 
GETS:12894, GJ, MC, SUMME R94, 
BSKTBLLDINS, CARN-94-C OMMN, 
WHS, FGHTSwKEL-MOM, PR 
NTSDIV-WALTERSHOUSE-GEEKS , 
LVNGHOMESUM94, SELLOUTS, L 
IES, CHUMPS, MRSGRECOE, CAFE 
KS, BT, BC, NB, KELCAR, HAMPTN , 
TG'S,KELBD94, RING, JT,JL, JrPROM, 
PEOPLE, JF, KP 

GOALS-GRADUATE, BE HAPPY, 
LOVE AND BE SUCCESSFUL 

Annmarie Pavone 

Activities: Soccer 1, 2 Peerleadership 3, 
4 Sadd 3, 4 Bread Roses 3, 4 yearbook 4 
Band 1-4 Jr prom committee. 

Remember: Family, Mike, Jen (smell) 
Jess, Ginny, Michelle (smell) Kerry, 
AM, TW, DB, MA, JH, EF, DH, HS, CT, 
EBI MM, MP, VC 10-22-93 Homecom- 
ing 93 Hampton beach 6-27-94 waves 
radio cherries New Hampshire w/ JS, 
JR and CR JS semi kristoph's class wlCT 
Canobie lake jr prom bowling Daddy 
O NH wl Smells go straight corn hicks 
always college fair withe girls tokens 
lunches jr sr yr 

Forget fights with Michael deadlines 



MP, MB, JH, JP, DS, DD, LS, BB, 
KA, LC, AA, RS, KM, MG, JC, JI, 
SC, AD, Teammates , Eds, My car, I 
Hackin' , The Pike, Shawsheen, "He 
Trips, sessions My Room, Hamp 
Salisbury, Julie's, Girl's Chelmsl 
game, 12/4194, Notes w/JV, MIIS, 
Some Times w/LV, Anybody th 
became friends with through WH! 

Forget:Driving Incidents, 7/2/ 
"Norman", McCune, Dracut, /• 
914194, 9111/94, Running into pc 
Freshman Biology Class, Most Ti 
wlLV, Most of WHS 



Nancy Pote 



"Potie" 

AVT: Soccer 1-4 Capt, B-Ball 1-4 C 
Softball 1-4, 

Remember: Family, Aunt Nanc 
Uncle Leo, Leanne, Feindel's, cl 
Gramms & Gramps EF, JT, ND, R 
JH/3, KR, LS, LC, SO, RL, PJH, PC, 
RK, CP, JF, RV, Anne+Jimmy, L 
Marsi's, Harris's, Twins, T, Suzi< 
PL, Soccer, Softball, B-B 
Debby+Johnny+R.J., Uncle Bun 
Corey, Lou, Jake, Wonderball, But 
Brat, P-Town, Loon, WV, Beth M 1 
lor, Kevin, Calvin, Kyle, Miss No< 
SS, BB, MG, Louie, Michael Jordan, 
Lucky, Paperboy, Ladder 1 , Grace, 1 
JM, Wildwood 

Forqet:Cops Frosh Yr., 1-14-94, 
WW, LH'S, Witches, MS, 8-6-94, 3- 

Fights with people, Bad Teachers 

Goal: To become a teacher, be ha| 
and get married. 



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Michael Potito 



IllVll'lES: BPA, Peer Leadership 

JvlEMBER: Mom & Dad, Family, 
jjnkin' Donuts, Hackin, MC, HS, 
Ishmgton, Summer '92, Shawsheen, 
ieball Camp W/GP, 2PAC, Canobie 
le, Hampton, Summer '91, Locker 
fed ies, GP, GR, AMP, JP, JL, JR, KM, 
I LD, SW, DH, EL, T, 5/7/94. 

IrGET: BC, MC, PATUTO, DC, 
thydrants. Summer '93, 12/10/94, 
I KB, CFH, Atitudes, Murray, Piste 
>, Zippy. 

IALS: TO NOT MAKE A WASTE 
MY ONLY CHANCE AT LIFE. 

Virginia Ribeiro 

inny" 

member: Family, Friends-Kim, Jen, 
nmarie, Erin, Jessica, Eric, Bruce, 
ssy, Denise, Chris, Mike, Brian, 
.trie & Lisa, Leanne, Pat, Rob, Car- 
, Dottie, Dan, Jamie 

od Times:6-27-94 Hampton w/ the 
Is, 4-9-94 Cabana 2-4-94 Mark's prty 
ickville" Camp 92-94, Laconia91-94 
'S prties, Quarries, Waves & cher- 
s, Alice's classes, Lib talks, Cookie 
ugh w/Erin & Kim, 12-10-94 X-mas 
y, Prple people eater, Donuts w/ 
anne 

rget: Bad times w/Doyle, Mark, 6- 
94 Bamboosic Lake, Roselle, Dracut 
mors, fights, etc., Nicknames, Type- 
riter/hairs, Accidents 4-9-94, 3-10-94 
)mp. Mngmnt w / Gershon, 2yrs. Eng. 
/Hamiltion, Laurie's car blowing up 

)als: To get married, have kids and 
iy home with them no matter what 
rs. Gershon says. 

Jessica Roberts 

ess" 

ZTIVITIES: Wntr Trk 1-2JV, 3-4Var.; 
msl-2JV, 3-4Var.; Sccr 1JV; SADD 
Sec), 4(V.P.); Newsl-4; Band 1-4; Stu. 
icl. 3-4; Peer Mediation 34; Prom 
]>mm. 3-4; Bread&Roses 3-4 REMEM- 



BER: Family, Jen, Annmarie, Mary, 
Ginny, Diane, Denise, Joe~, Kelly, 
Garrett, Ray(l probably still have your 
necklace), Nate, Pat, Alyson W&M, 
Greek, Nick, Aspen, MS, M V, SM, Den- 
mark'94, Jaime, ASSE-Rebuild, Dan- 
ish Law#278, Jr. Prom, Mr. Grecoe, The 
Blue Monster, New Seabury 
(Jen?....JEN!!)"Overlook Nole!" 
Putnum's, Running in2 pools, Roberts 
Rd, Harvard Sq., Interior Lights, Band 
Camp '92(movie), Delhi, Jr Prom, Mr. 
Kelley, Parade? DC 

FORGET: Band Camp, Sat. mornings, 
Roily, "Talks w/ Dad", DeMoulas, 
4x440, Fights, Regrets, Soph. Semi, 
College App., SAT, Go Band, 
Hornsbaek Bch 

FAV. SAYING: That's SO bad! AMBI- 
TION: See the world 

Kathaleen Rooney 

ACT: Field Hockey l-4Capt. 

REM: Family Friends, Lindsay, Jacqui, 
Laurie, JA, Coui, Stephen, John, Jenna, 
Beth, Shana, MikeB, FB, MT, JW TG, JL, 
JC, LH, AA, JI, MG, KO, NP, MG, JG, 
LV, DD, RL, GP, KB, MF, CG, EB, DS, 
JM, MR, Funboys, Lakewinn, Wtvlle, 
Canada 93/94, Field hockey camp, Hal- 
loween 92, All New Years, Summer 94 
"CRAZY", Rock House, Hidden Tav- 
ern, Stiyuka, Hampton 94, WoburnSt. 
w/DG, Sourgrapes, HotDamn, Antons 
Cleaners, Swain Hill, Haydens House, 
My House, Scream Face, All Night, 
Cedar, Wilm. House, GSW/SM, 11-26- 
94 Benny, Tatoo, 7-2-94, Jr. Prom, LC 
Make Us Laugh, Pumkins w/ LC. 

FORGET: Fights, Overhearing, Re- 
membering, 1 1-26-94, Homecoming94, 
Manic, 9-5-94, N.B.A.T.G.I.U.W/MG, 
Coldsores, Maca. Cheese, Dislocation, 
Curfew, ISS, Bigmouths, K. Sullivan, 
C. Fores te. 

FUTURE: To Always Be Happy! 

Patrick H. Rufo 

"Rufo, Vito, Baboo" 

Activities: Band , X-Country, Winter- 
Spring Track, NHS, Newspaper, Stu- 
dent Gov. Remember:Family(circus), 




Kerri (Love you always)TG, MD, MF, 
TM, JR, JM, JG, KP JR, MM, NM, AN, 
Tenor Line(GY, JB, PS), RK, SC, LH - 
and everyone else-5:08 mile, Hound 
from Hell, Club Fudd, coaching, run- 
ning half-naked Thanksgiving, Junior 
Prom, "Oh Carolina", "Joshua", 4x800 
relay, Road Races, Band Camp 94, 
Catholic Mem., making Small School 
All-Star, 1112/94, Ricky Racoon, 
Bread'n Butter, UMASS, Mr. Cripps, 
poems, Miss Priss, "1 Swear", 
SO Buttons, Dufis, KC Chiefs, Knicks/ 
Bulls Game 7, Mr. Kelly 

Forget: Freshman year, "Alive", Becky 
Tweedly, "Groundhog Day", the 1 000, 
Spring Track 94, 7131194, DAN , The 
Past, analyzing, calcukis, States, Knicks 
vs. Houston Game 7 

Philosophy: Don't take high school life 
as seriously as I did. 

Jamie Rutledge 

REMEMBER: Family, Friends-KOD, 
KO, RUFO, CS, NM, TG, SC, MM, JS, 
MP, MEUSIE, LL, AOM, LS, ST, KC, 
DF, MI, DARCIE (SNF), SPENCER 
CLEANERS, SCANLON, M. 
BOUDREAU, MAINE, NEW YORK, 
QUINCY, AND BAZ"S LAW CLASS 

FORGET: RM! EW! SOPH. SEMI, JR. 
PROM, FIGHTS- SPANISH SR. YR., 
ANALYSIS, BACKSTABBERS, AND 
KIDSWHOTHINKTHEYARECOOL! 

FAVORITE SAYING: THE BURNOUT 
AND ARE YOU KIDDING ME? 

FUTURE: TO BE HAPPY WITH MY 
LIFE 

Heather I. Scott 

(FEATHER) 

Vol leyBa 11 1 2 3 4; S A DD Peerleadership 

REMEMBER: DAD *MOM *LINDSEY 
^FAMILY *MIKE, STACY, JANE, JEN, 
MICHELLE(corky), DOTTIE, JEN, 
MIKE P.-MY CATS (Duncan & 
Sebastian), FRIENDS IN N.H.-SR, RP, 
BP, SR, BD, K&KL MM, RM, AG, (DG 
we miss u), SUMMERS ON 
WINNIPESAUKEE, JR. PROM, 
94'QUEEN,JRYRARTCLASS-SRART 
CLASS@MIDDLESEX CO. NICE 
TEACHERS-RYAN, JESSICA, HAMP- 
TON W/JANE, JEN, WIERS BEACH, 
HOMECOMING, V-BALL(LOWELL), 
GIGI&GRAMPY(MISS U), GRAMMY 
& GRAMPY ROCKPORT, FLORIDA, 
BOSTON, SHOOOPPING, DRIVIN 
G3A, WKFLDLLLAKE HI BOYS, 
SLEEPOVER, MALLS, SCRUNCHIES, 
ACCESOR1ES, CLOTHES, BAGELS, 
MESSYRM, SOPHSEMI, TIGGER, 
MAKEUP, FAT?, BABYSITTING, BI- 
OLOGY10, SR PROM GRAD 

FORGET: CLIQUES, ATTITUDES, 
DAVE C, BAD V-BALL GAMES, 
DOUBLE SESSIONS, M ATHCLASSES, 
FRENCH, CVS, MOM'S BAD ACCI- 
DENT, FRSH HOMEC CLASS, ALCO- 
HOL 

FUTURE PLANS: TO BE HAPPY, 
TRAVEL AND SOMEDAY HAVE A 
FAMILY! 



Kelly Silva 



REMEMBER: SUMMER'94, FRESH- 
MAN YEAR, MALL'91, BEACH, S- 
HUNT, M.AYELLING, T.R, J.B, M.l, 
M.M,B.O,B.N,M.V,D.T,K.M,E.G,J.S, 
A.D, K.D, A.B, J.Y, EL, CM, T.L, R.A, 
MG, UNH, AMHERST, CCD, CAPE 
COD, BRIDGEWATER, CHARLIE 
HORSE, B.B. HOCKEY, BLUE BUG, 
THE BOAT BUGS, NAHANT, NEW 
HAMPSHIRE, STUDY, HEALTH, 
MCDONALD'S IN N.Y, N.Y, PICKLE, 
ARUBA, GYMNASTICS PRACTICE, 
TALKS, 4TH OF JULY, PICTURES, 
TAPING ANKLE. FORGET: JUNIOR 
YEAR, S.N, P.M, ENGLISH, TRIGO- 
NOMETRY, EGG, LUNCH, SPRINTS, 
PRACTICE, THEFENCE, HOMECOM- 
ING, J'S GRAD, APPLICATIONS, CSC, 
BAD GAMES, S-FIGHTS, 

PENTUCKET, SNOWSTORMS, MR. 
WONDERFUL. ACTIVITIES: WHS 
SOCCER, WHS GYMNASTICS, BPA, 
WYS. 

Jen Siracusa 

Remember: Family, Annmarie, Jess, 
Ginny, Michelle, Heather, Dottie, 
Lauren, Shannon, Diana, Therese, Ivy, 
Tricia, DB, EF, GP, DM, Ma P, CT, Fort 
& nights on the West(M.M. party92", 
path, Canobie Lake93"(rooster),NHw/ 
Jay, Sneaking out w/ TF, NH w/Smell, 
Jess, Jay & CR, HamptonfSmell's ra- 
dio), NH w/CR 94', LH party fell in 
covered pooKneed my shoe back!), 
Nights in tent w/ LC, Met Randy & 
Ron2/93, Krey's class w/ Jason, Law- 
man & his robe w/ LC, Jr Prom w/ PR 
94", Sr prom w/ BA 94', NH w/ 2 
smells(GO STRAIT!, hicks, Lost 
River)94', New Seabury w/ 
Jess(Matt)93', Summer nights in the 
cabana, Bas's law class 94', Nights on 3- 
way, Rides home w/ the Greek(and 20 
other people) 

Forget: Car Accident w/ MM & KA, 
Stupid fights w/MM, KA, &SH, Sr. 
Class clicks, Peoplewho you thought 
were your friends, but are 2-faced liars, 
Candy's lies, Ben & the Clapper, Car 
Accident 94' (rock) 

Laurie Southma^d 

"Murph" "South" 

Activitities: Softballl-4, FieldHockey 1- 
4, Track 12, Peer Leadership, Jr. 
PromComm. 

RemembenFamily+Friends, Lindsay - 
Luzzy, Jacqui-Sweetie, JacquiHayden, 
Kathaleen, Lisa, Beth, SB, EF, JV, NP, 
KO, -SO, FB, JI, MB, AA, RS, JL, JC, TG, 
MG, DD, GP, SC, PB, JW, KRParties, 
JHParties, SUMMER94W/KR, Benn 
ysTattys 8/11/94, SFTBL STATE 
CHAMPS 93, 94-ND, LH, JL, JG, AS, 
MP, KR, KL, SwainHill, Common, 
FUNboys, Fatcon, KSR, HoIlows8am, 
Paully, Jake, trips, AN/MG, ANw/SB, 
WtrveVly, Winn, Sharingtatry w/LC, 
B-CG, Prom, P-Town, throwup, Mom, 
Dad, Tom Forget:FIELDHOCkl > 
CGIU-RS, Urkie, 3PAJHP, Di\ o 
Woodbriar, Legs, fighting, CarOnFI RE, 
PS's 




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Matthew Southmayd 



Carrie Stanley 



Colleen Stokes 



Robert M. Storer 




Ryan Neil Swasey 



Sandra Teixeira 



Marc Trinchera 



Anne Marie Valente 




lenna Denise Volpe 



Lori Volpe 



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Maria Voner Alyson Ward 



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Jameelah S. Ware 



Christopher White James Michael Whitebone Scott Alien Whitebone 




Garrett Whittemore 



Patricia Williams 



Justin Yentile 



Ken MacDonald 




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Matthew c. Southmayd 

Nickname: Ralphy 

Activities: V.Golf (1-4) capt.(4), V. Track 
and Field (1-4), Student CounciKl-4), 
Band(l-4), Jazz Bandd-4), Jr. Prom 
Committee, Sr.Prom Committee, 
Sadd(4) Bread and Roses (3, 4) 

Remember: Mom, Dad, Kris, Dave, 
Family, Colleen, Erin, Dave, WHSClass 
of 1992, E.F, L.S., L.S., J.R., K.C., PH., 
A.W., J.L., R.B., A.M., A.A., L.V., J.V., 
A.D., M.B, KB., J.L., J.C, J.C., P.O., 
K.A., M.L., K.S., L.G. 

Forget: "YOU'LL SHOOT YOUR EYE 
OUT KID" HNC1A, Jay M., B.T., K.P., 
Anything else not worth remember- 
ing. Favorite Saying: You can't succeed 
unless you try!!! 

Future: To become a doctor, get mar- 
ried, move to somewhere warm, and 
start a successful medical practice. 



FRIENDS, CONCORD COURT- 
HOUSE, 6TH PER/94, MERRIMACK 
COLLEGE FAIR, SLAUGHTER, THE 
ROOM, TYPING, PEOPLE WHO WILL 
STAY IN WILDMINGTON FOR THE 
REST OF THEIR LIVES, SCABBY 
FOOL, AND THE THESPIAN CLICK. 

Colleen S. Stokes 

Activities: Cross Country (1-4), B-Ball 
Cheerleading (2-4),SpringTrack, Prom 
Committee, SADD, Yearbook, Bread 
and Roses, NHS 

Remember: Mom, Dad, Family,Garrett, 
12-9-94, Allyson, Jason, Justin, Kerri, 
Ja ne, Jen, John, Scott, Jim, Wcs, Alyson, 
Matt, Wayne, Mil, Nate, MM, Ml, PH, 
JMM, JL, AN, JG, BR, PR, PC, DD, MD, 
GM, LV, SM, MV, HG, RP, MF, JAM, 
Roses, Pumpkins, Proms, Mushroom, 
Baxter Lake, 1st Per. Study, Anatomy, 
8th Grade, E.C., Falling, Dreams (GW), 
Lunch w/ Julie, Invincible Poof, Whis- 




Carrie Stanley 

REMEMBER: KO, DF, MM, DH, GR, 
MI, AL, ST, EB, AE, JR, SC, EL, MC, 
GRIFF & ERIC, UNCLE PERV, CAMP- 
GROUND, HAMPTON, WALDEN 
WOODS, Tl IE TRACKER, 8TH PER. 
STUDYW KO&GR, FESTIVITIES, 
MEL'S BROTHER, THE EAGLES, 
DH&GF. THE CABIN, GLENN'S 
SWEET LOVE, P.T W/BYRON, MEL'S 
HOUSE, KEL'S HOUSE, TOWER 
RECORDS, [AN 13, 94, COMBAT 
ZONE, MR. \\ X)l i HEM. CLASS, 
URANUS, Till UK A AY, HOTEL 
CALIFORNIA, TAKL OUT THE 
TRASH, RESTSTOP, ROM 

HAMPTON, FIREWORKS, 

FRIENDLY'S PARKING LOT, OUR 
SPECIAL PARKING SPACE AT 
KIRK'S, AND GLORIA BY LB. 

FORGET: SOMETHING FIERC T 
CARLISLE, SGT. BILL, SEPT.23, '94, 
AP, RM, PP, GF, BG, SO CALLED 



kers, Old Hag, Good Times w/ JM, 2- 
22-92, 5-1-92, SK's Dad, Watermelons, 
8 Hr. Phone Conversations, Cripps-ln- 
The-Hole 

Forget: KHM, CC, LB, Showcase 
Woburn, Dunkin Donuts, SPPIRC, 
SATS, ACTS, Hills, DDS, College Ap- 
plications 

Ryan Swasey 

"SWAZE" 

Activities: Hockey 1-4, Soccer2-4, Ten- 
nis 3-4 

Remember: Mom, Dad, Ka, Lisa, JL, 
TG, AA, MB, MG, JC, LC, JH, JH, KR, 
LS, BB, SB, JV, CG, JW, GP, AP, JI, FB, 
SO, RH, It bit me EW w/JC, Woodstock, 

3chairs, 40case, NY Awesome, 

Bill, Hector, wet tent, The Dead VT, 
Mada'sP, Library, FetusMG&TL, 
Shark, J&B, Thanksgiving Vacation94, 
Noisy J, Klondike Jack, Loon w/LD 
help me! Canoe rescues w/Chico+night 



in car, Hayden's+Kate's, My little pony, 
Who Cares?, FJJ, Win or Lose. 

Forget: Homecoming94, Rats, Those 
who get around, Class Of 94 

Goal: Own a truck, like my job, and be 

happy 

Favorite Saying: Let's get bees! (Mike) 

Sandra M. Teixeira 

"Sandy" 

REMEMBER: Mom, Dad, and 
Butthead. 1 Love You! Goodtimes with 
friends, KM, MI, DG, LM, LA, DF, CS, 
JR, KO, KJ, MS, DF, AE, MV, KV, RM, 
JM, and anyone I forgot. The BBC with 
MC and MM. Summer of "94", Deb's 
wedding, Canada 94, 12/29/93 North 
end, Jen's partiies, Bon Jovi 12/08/94 
w/ Karen & Rachael 11/24/94. 

FORGET: Fighting with Deb and 
friends over stupid reasons! Evan, 
Soph more and Junior yr. , The escalator 
incident. 

FUTURE: To be happy in whatever I 
do! 

Marc ). Trinchera 

RemembenMom, Dad, Ryan, an d 
family.DAVE, JAY, TIM, ROB , 1ER- 
EMY, SEAN, PAUL, TOM, RYA N, 
D ANL, BM, JW+SW, PB, MB, MG, A A, 
CG, SO, FB, TB, PR, GP, JL, D K, MK, 
EF, /JC, AH, MJ, HG, MG, A D, LC, JH, 
KR, SB, BB, JA, EF+JH (neighborhood), 
JV, KM, LS/ Hampton, 
Crowley's+Nooks's sleepovers, 94-95 
trig class w/ Jay(ALBY) and Finn, JH 
Parties, Camp Dump(JA, S C, MB, 
DS+7J)Havoc at Harol dParker w/ 
Bruno and Jay, WHS vs CCH(Where 
Finn Got DrilIed)Bo\ing Fights w/ 
TG+BG, Wedgee, PG with FBTe am. 
Paint Wars, Bahamas LHS vs 
WHStwhere Crowley got rocked 3x), 
MBB, TF as The Skank"Skanks uh uh 
uh.", crazy guy at little peach, All the 
other good times w/ friends. 

Forget:Rowl, Driving around w/ noth- 
ing to do, car accident w/ DL, MG, 
having no car, writing this paper. 

Annemarie Valente 

REMEMBER: FAMILY, FUN TIMES 
W/COLLEEN, DIANE, JEANNINE, 
SHAUNA, KRIS, GIO. B.Y. A.M. A.P. 
F.G. B.V. OMEGA, LYNN, CAM- 
BRIDGE, CLUBS, BEACHES, "THE 
VAN", RACING, HALLOWEEN 94, 
MYSTIC LAKES, HOND POND, 
LAWRENCE, MOVIE THEATER, 
BREAKFAST CLUB, P. A.M.H. HANG- 
ING OUT W/ FRIENDS!! 

FORGET: "UNITED NATIONS" SELL 
OUTS, M.F. M.T. M.U. E.L. WOBURN, 
S.C.P. 11/03/94, 12/13/94, OLD 
FRIENDS, FLAT TIRES, CHASED BY 
THE POLICE, CRASHING, EGGED, 
SUMMER SCHOOL, LIVINGSTON, 
HAMPTON 94, CAMPING, LAKE 
GEORGE, DENHAM, KIDKNAPPED, 
VALENTINE'S 93, BAD LUCK, 
LOWELL, CLASS OF 95!! 



Jenna D. Volpe 

ACTlVlTlES:Class President 1-4, Stu 
dent Council, Peer Leadership, Pee 
Mediation, Staff Committees, SADt 
REMEMBER:Family, Paul, 6/3/94 
Denise, Lori, Kathaleen, Katie, Alyson 
Greg, Jay, Dave, Heigham, FB, DUDE 
JHX2, LC, RS,JL, AH,JC, AD, MT, DK 
JA, GB, Canada(M R, Cliff, Za), Junio 
Prom, Patio, N.H, Sleepovers w/ Kl 
etc, BK w/ GP, Notes w/ GP, Eatinj 
Out, Window Visits, Bathrooms, 1 2/ 
1 /94, Phantom, Best Friend?Russia 
Home Alone, Breaking Stuff, Snow 
Satnghtsw/ DDJ1, No Sleep, 1 /8/94 
Roof, August, Stod, 4 Guys, Beach, I 
Mass Soccer, Black ice, Janet, Shavei 
Dog, 24-7 w / PB, Just Friends, QT, boE 
Freshman Yr, Paperboy, Boston, Sis 
ters, First Kiss, Omni, Lion King 
Murph! Canobie, D.C., LUV, Othe 
Friends, Class of 95. 

Forgets: Landscapers, bikers, hittin; 
things, pills, mono, psycho, HJ w/ JI 
Bad Fights, lifeguards, annoyance 
Dilla?The other women, 1 5, band. 



Lori Volpe 



Remember:Family, Andrew, Adarr 
Rob( 1 0-894), Jenna, Katie, Erin, Aly sor 
Denise, Nicole, Pee, Greg, Dave D, ] 
AP, ML, PH, Greece, SC, PB, KR, JHx2 
JA, JR, CS, JCx2, David(22&6- 1 3-92! 
The Totos&Lynsk, Shriners, SOTB, D 
Proms, x-day&camp, EJ, field hockej 
16 b-day, FH camp, NH, Big Eddie&ic 
cream w/ JV, Home Alones (~ |V'< 
ANPC w/ DD, DK, The Res, Mr V 
Dick, fire @ Amys, Janet concert, Bru 
ins w/ GP, Jr. Prom&wknd(GP), boy 
on patio, Umass soccer game, Old Oi 
chard w/ Falzie&Tx2, fools(DD; 
sneakin out(KM), Rob's window, bak 
ing cookies, Glouster, tattoo, Shane 
PH ® Falzies, decorating w/ FI 1 '9l 
scavenger hunt, no parentsdl/ 1923' 
showers, mouse, sr.prom&year?? 
Forget:fr year football game, girls c 
'93, family fights, soph semi, D' 
fights&Merideth, ED, JL,leavin' light 
on, BB, mono, limo war, psycho, Gl 
fights, Fri 13-BK, being scared, Urki< 
cliques 

Maria Voner 

Activities: Field Hockey, Going I 
Canobie Lake, Going to my brother' 
college hockey games, playing pooi 
Camping in N.H. 

Remember: Family, Friends, KV, GM 
MI, JD, KH, HR, Canobie Lake, Teach 
ers, Mr. Woods, Mr. Fleming, Senio 
Lounge, Tornado, J unior prom, Loone; 
Tunes, Movies Star Trek, Knight Ride 

Forget: Car Accident, JD, JP 

Goal: Finish College, Get Married 
Work With Kids 

Comments: Can't wait to be older, dy 
ing to drive 

Favorite Saying: Is Gary coming ovei 
What the heck, Damn, Dork, Goffy. 

Alyson M. Ward 

(Ward, Al, Aly, Quinn) 
ACTIVITIES: B-ball Chmg CoCap 



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Cnd Pres, BAND, News Co-Ed, 
r Mediation, Peer Ldrshp, Dncng, 
3D, B&R, X-Country,SprTrck, N I IS 

MEMBER: Mom&Dad, David, Paul, 
'25/93, Kate, lenna, Dave, Lori, CS, 
EF,IR,AD,AM,SC,TF,KC,AF,JC, 
, JG, RD, HGx2, GW, Huck, D&E, 
Lckr Bud, Greece, 2inl, bh, Brenda, 
hrm Hd, homealones® Jennas w/ 
&PB. rapping to Hvy D, UMASS 
game, Merrihack, tent prty, JJ con- 
t, baking cookies, BAND(camp), 
hngtn, SM, Murph!, Morans, 
ghams,JrProm&wkndKlNG!,boys 
patio, dances, BK, Hmcmng'94, Fr 
trek, Dunkins, 4:30am w/LS, "still 
>d", tripods, Stod, Linda, Maine w/ 
, Mighty Ducks, Mlrs PI, ragging on 
que&coffeehouse, Lwnmwr 

n(PH, KM, SM), Sam, Harold&Earl, 
ne on bus, good date moves 

RGET: Jr prom limo war, 1st date 
EF, ditched from NH, sleeping thru 
otings, my donut table, mono 

Jameelah Ware 

meels" "J" 

nember: Memory of my brother- 
phen, Mr grandmother-Willie Mae, 
I Ms. Weber. Ellie, Lucy, Sara, Felix, 
hell, Gen, Jacquelinjoselin, Jasmin, 
nifer, Alexander, Jessenia, Jerry, 
gy", Jorge, Abdul, Angela, Aliki, 
, Shannon. W, "Informer", Ki-Ki, 
Hon, Daniel, Gettin stuck n 
.vrence, Angel, Ines, "Roll-On", Feb. 
Darryl, Eric V., "Jinglin Baby", April, 
r. 30, Chillin @ Downtown Cross- 

rget: Sell-outs, Dawgs, Learning the 
rdway. 

vorite Sayings: Switch, It's all good, 
lyways. 

nbition: After I graduate, I want to 
idy criminal justice. Some day own 
1 own beauty salon, and to live a 
ig happy life w/a family. 

lanxs 2 GOD 4 everything. 2 my par- 
ts, I love you mom&dad . 2 my sistas, 
y cousins, and my aunts and uncles, 
ave you Y'all. I also love my church 
heir love and support. 

Christopher White 

Vhitie" 

EMEMBER:CATHY, 
\MILY+FRIENDS, 1/29/94, MOM, 
AD, SIS, JC, CS, JL, MB, MG, RS, TG, 
V, AA, MC, CF, CG, RO, SC, SO+LC, 
P, PR, MT, [W, SW, JM, BB, 
APPYBUS, JR PROM, SLAPSHOT, 
ANSONS+REG, HOCKEYU-4), 
_A.94, HAMPTON93, STATETOUR 
AMENT 95, TACOBELL/JM. 
ORGET:MARKETBASKET, HAL- 
OWEEN93, SPRINTS AT PRACTICE, 
VERYTHING ELSE IS ALREADY 
DRGOTTEN. 

lames M. Whitebone 

ctivities: Bread & Roses 3-4, Band 1-4, 
izz Band 1&~ 3-4, Scouts 1-4, Job 1-4 
emember: JM, DB, SK, HG, GW, MS, 
R, RP, NM, TM, PC, EW, WC, WD, 
G, MD, KD, MF, JG, CS, KP, PF, MP, 
0, NC, EF, whoever else Forget: Mr. 



Wood; being called "Scott", "Bone", 
'Whitehouse", "Whitehead", "Wish- 
bone", "Somalian", "Somaly", 
and'Twin"; High School; Demoulas; 
wiggers; followers; band geeks; Calcu- 
lus; and people who ask me which 
twin I am and which one of us is older 
Ambitions: leave Wilmington to go to 
a good college to major in pre-veteri- 
nary medicine 

Scott Whitebone 

Shaggy 

Activities: Bandl-4, Newspaper2-4, 
Scouts(no joke)l-4, Riding the busl-4, 
Criticizing always Remember.HG, DB, 
SK, GW, Pervs, RP, PC, TG, MD, TM, 
PR-AN, JG, JA, KA, WC, KD, EF, AM, 
CS, MF, Sanchez, NM, JM, NC, MM, 
TB, SC, Henrietta, sarcasm, MST3K, 
Jessefthank you), & anybody else that I 
accidentally haven't mentioned. 

ForgetDeMoulas, bagging, whiners, 
my middle name, the football team 



Forget: (O)Lisa-l st-pty, poison-ivy, So- 
Co, mrnngs, Police tractor-inci., 1SS, 
alarm-clcks, deadlines, (A)detention, 
mathl 4, drving-skls, frewrks, 1 drk- 
max, BuckyO'Bare, NHS hotdogs, 
Saugus, Mikeinthewindow, & the op- 
pressive tools of the man!(R) 

Parting Shot: "People strive for an iden- 
tity just to find out they're like every- 
one else. So where do they go from 
there?" 

Patricia Williams 

TRICIA 

ACTIVITIES:OFFICE-AIDE 3, 4 

FAMILY &FRIENDS: MOM, DAD, 
KEV, SAL I LOVE YOU! COUS.JOE, 
JAY, KF, LF, BL, SD, KG, PR, TG, SL, 
MM,SC,MA,JA,JS,MC,LC,UDAND 
ANYONE ELSE I FORGOT! 

REMEMBER:! 1/22/92 I LOVE YOU! 
2U4193 KF PARTY10/8/94 CHOC. 
MILK, TEST TUBESJOEYMCA, BOBS 




followers, rap, chemistry, school spirit, 
rallies, tenors, bandwagons, anything 
that rhymes with white or bone Elvis, 
NHS, fro, math, 7: 1 5, morons who still 
can't tell us apart, wiggers, the bus, 
physics homework, fish speaking, 
skags(or is that with a "C"?), and nar- 
row-mindedness. Goals:To leave and 
return to my home planet. 

Favorite Sayings:"No, I don't run 
track.Whydoyouask?"&"lsn'titfunny 
how the people who always talk about 
cliques are the people who are in them." 

Garrett Whittemore 

Activities: Soccerl-4, WinterTrackl-4, 
SpringTrackl-4, Newspaper4, Work- 
too much 

Remember: The fam., Colleenl 2/9/ 
94, Pat, Shafe, Nick Lisa, Mike, Aline, 
Scott, Jim, Justin, Jess, SK, KC, PA, AM, 
EF HG, PR, DD, AW/PH, HGfsorry!), 
Lisa-2nd-pty, JrProm, Orion SrProm, 
trdinss, sr. lunches, Mdnght-Cmmns, 
vicegrps, &bears; oh, my! Nocturnal- 
safari's, airport b-day bonfre, MA- 
DPW, jogger, portapotties, ornmnts, 
pumpks ketsup-missls, & the blur that 
was my high school career! 



FAM. 7/26/94, 41 SACHEMST. 
THANKS!, NICE SOCKS!, DINO, 
BINGO 

FORGET:HAMMY'S CLASS, 10/27/ 
94 FOREVER 

FAV.SAYING: WHO BROUGHT THE 
COOL KID? 

FUTURE:TO BE WITH SAL AND BE 
HAPPY FINALLY... 

Justin R. Yentile 

ACTIVITIES: X-Country 2-4, Win.Track 
2-4, Spr. Track 2-4, Procrastination 1 -4 

THINGS REMEMBERED: Mom, Dad, 
Jules, & the Fam, Ehse - 10/1 3/94, 
Colleen, Henry, Seung, Garrett, Marc, 
Mike, Pat, Vogel, Kerri, Lisa, Greg, 
Brendan, Tim, Todd, Jen C.&JrProm, 
1st Per. Study, Erin, Wayne, Joe, Dick 
DeR, H20melons, Clb Fudd, 
Margueritaville,CPCTC,X-mas94,720 
DegreeLexus, U Do?, Perot, TwnkBus, 
Ban ana man, HatOutOfBabsClass, 
SugrShots & Chopstcks, $67, Dumpy, 
Megystachc, Effort(LongTimeAgo), 
TuffGuy, Maggio, Dick, PotMan, Ed 
Lyons, Gump, Leaky, RomneySigns, 
ToiletTippin, WoodenThings, The 
Tramp, Nate'sC amera, Marc's 



Chickees, MuggsyBogues, TheCottage, 
CrippsylnTheHole, Coolio. 

OTHERS FORGOTTEN... X-Colors, 
Acronyms, OldHag, MyCar, Fro, 
McDons, Symblsm In 

LOTF, 10:26. 7, SchlFood, NHS, Losers, 
BeingObsessed,PassGaban,HavingNo 
Ca$h. 

WORDS... Dreams are always built in 
the hands of another. 

Ken Macdonald 

(kenny mac, goon, viking) 

Activities:FootbaIl, lacrosse, wrestling, 
track, TV, Radio. 

Remember: RK, KC, GK, < REBEL, JR, 
PRM> BOSTON B-DAY, KO 
<TOWER>, LISA-TH AT, WAS, REAL! 
KEEFER, HOWS CONSTAPATION 
MAN?:< TOLLHOUSE, 33(TIA KO- 
REA) MIDDIES BACK. FROSH YR 
CANOBE. KH, DF, DR (HOWS THE 
SHOULDER), BC, GW, DC (push ups, 
up downs, spins, shark bait). 
LUNCH. <Rebel Pridexdixie> Talon, 
Malls. Eternity, chocolate. The Sons 
tourney #2. Early Christmas Present!! 
Photo Booths. Barry <rebels wrestling 
soph, and jr yr>, MG, SB, MA, JA, 
NUBY, 1-NutTurcs. THE GIRLS IN 
MY L.L.: JL, LC, CF, LT, MD, MT, LA, 

Forget: SA, TT, GM, CF. WALPOLE 
<NEVER> Arguments in dedham. 

THANKS TO: Nan, Aunt B & Unc Iv, 

Keiiy & Greg- 
Fernando Cucci 



"I think there's cream for that" With 
every good, there is an equal bad. 
There's no short hand short enough to 
explain what a year this has been. A 
year of firsts. Ayear of worsts. Remem- 
ber it all; just so you know not to do it 
again. Remember mookie, proms, 
friends, deeds(dirty and good), the ig- 
norance, the hate, the childish banter 
we all grown accustom to, friends(?), 
Harvard, special East'ers, satin, 8086; 
love to DL and Jo Jo... "The program 
for this evening is not new, you've seen 
this entertainment through and 
through, you've seen your birth, your 
life, your death, you may have recalled 
all of the rest; Did you have a good 
world when you died? Enough to base 
a movie on? "LK'There is nothing i can 
say that i haven't thought before" KC 
"If you should die before me, ask Him 
if you can bring a friend" STP "..the 
end of the beginning." 

Gretchen Harden 

Remember: My days with Jessica, 
Kristi, Christine and bbb. 

skipping and enjoying life with Kamal. 
Mrs. green's art class. Meeting Megan 
Being at peace with myself. Finding 
GOD. Saying godbye to ice cream and 
hello to all of GOD's natural presents. 
Being HAPPY. Finding ouv there is 
nothing mone) can buy that can bring 
one happiness. Thanks to GOD for giv- 
ing me such a wonderful family, 
friends, life and Peace. 




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Stephanie Adamczyk 

Lynn Ad ley 

Sarah Allen 

Stephanie Anderson 

Jeff Arciero 

Michelle Baker 



Leann Bento 

Michael Berian 

llona Berlik 

Danny Bonnell 

Kristen Bourinot 

Lee Bridge 

— ♦ 

Kristen Bruno 

lamie Campbell 

Lesley Cannon 

Kevin Carroll 

Michelle Carvalho 

|oe Casey 

— ♦ 

Paul Cauldwell 

Kevin Chappie 

Alison Colclough 

Nicole Collier 

Nicole Conley 

Melissa Connell 



Kevin Considine 

|on Coughlin 

Daniel Cronan 

Michelle Cronin 

Christine Crowley 

Giovanni Cudia 



Benjamin De Gennaro 

Alexia Devellis 

Melanie R. Devine 

Damiano Di Censo 

Greg Dorothy 

Michelle Doucette 



Sheila Dunnett 

Randi Dwan 

Nicole Ellis 

lain Emery 

Mark Erickson 

Megan Falzone 



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Christian Ferraro 
Angela Fiorenza 
Kristin Flynn 
Christine Fowle 
Scott Francis 
Shawn Francis 



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Kerri French 
Nicole Froton 
Paul Fugere 
Michael Garbati 
Matthew Garrett 
Kathy Gillis 



Timothy Gillis 
Allison Giordano 
Brian Godin 
lason Guy 
Matt Hackett 
Ryan Harrison 



Tom Heigham 
Lori Jean Hewitt 
Jamie Hodder 
Melissa Hogg 
Rob Houle 
|im Hudson 

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Kristen Jagodynski 
Kimberly )ohnson 
Robert Jones 
K. Leslie loyette 
Tricia Kane 
Stacey Kendall 



Christopher Kilburn 
lessica Kittredge 
Tara Konaxis 
Todd Konieczka 
Darcelle La Valley 
Michael La Vita 



Cheryl Lecesse 
Cheryl Lee 
Mark Le Fave 
Greg Longo 
Karen MacArthur 
Gerard MacDonald 



|odi MacKenzie 
Sara Madaglia 
Allyson Maison 
Kimberly Mar 
Bryan Mason 
Melissa Mather 



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Eric McBride 

|enn McCarthy 

Danielle McGarry 

Sara McMahan 

Dorothy Medeiros 

Adrian Mendoza 



Christopher Merry 

Matt Meuse 

Tom Morgan 

Arthur Moscufo 

David Mulik 

Melissa Nadeau 




Truong Ngo 

Hung Nguyen 

Michael Nolan 

Brenda Packard 

lamie Paulidis 

George Phillips 

♦ 

Michael Pinkham 

Sarah Powers 

Emily Pratt 

Doris Radosavljevic 

Becky Reed 

lennie Ann Reynolds 

— ♦ 

|ohn Roberto 

Matt Roux 

Michael Sakey 

Christy Sawyer 

Lauren Senesi 

Tata Siriphan 

— ♦ 

|en Sousa 

Kerri Sullivan 

Shawn Sullivan 

Scott Swiezynski 

Richard Tabor 

Kristen Tabron 



Paul Tentindo 

Ian Thomas 

Brian Thresher 

Karen Tohmc 

Catherine Townsend 

Ryan Trinchera 

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Peter Vachan 

Charles Vallas 

Brian Vasseur 

Michael Vitale 

Adam Vosel 

Adam Volpe 



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David Ward 
Andrea White 
oe Whitfield 
Marcia Witthus 
Allison Wolley 
Caitlin Wright 








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Daniel Abbott )r. 
Kerri Andersen 
Greg Anderson 

Kurt Anderson 
Ryan Anderson 

Chantal Auger 

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Dan Avellino 

|oe Bamberg 

Phil Bates 

Lindsey Bickford 

Meghan Birmingham 

lill Bonanno 




Doug Bonarrigo 

Dawn Budd 

Robert Burke 

Patrick Burns 

Kristen Butler 

Kim Calabro 



Mark Caples 
Angela Cardinale 
Carolyn Carvaiho 

Tom Casella 

Mary Ellen Casey 

Nicole Catanzano 



Lisa Chin 

Nicole Ciaramaglia 

Nick Cino 

Eric Clancy 

Jessica Collins 

Lisa Coltraro 



|ohn Considine 

Salvi Couto 

Billy Covino 

Lisa Crowly 

Kelly Cushing 

lason Dango 

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Paula De Courcey 

Sonja Delange 

Melissa DePalma 

Chris Difulia 

Katie Donovan 

Brian Farkas 



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Sean Farrell 
Scott Ferguson 
Nick Ferri 
Michael Gargan 
Meghan Gaudet 
David Gaudreau 



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Christina Gemellard 
Lindsay Gennetti 
Julie Gillis 
Rich Gillis 

Meghan Graham 
Gregg Griffin 



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Jamie Gugliemi 
Deborah Hancock 
Michael Hanrahan 
Sharon Hansen 
Billy Harrison 
Jul ie Hart 



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Ryan Haubner 

Lisa Haugh 
Paul Heffernan 
Brian Hermann 
Tanya Holmes 
Cathleen Kaizer 



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Michelle Kearns 
Katie Keating 
Bridget Keddie 
Melissa Kuhn 
Ben Kusa 
Teri Lacjuidara 



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losie Limoli 
Margaret Limoli 
Jill Lojek 
Amy Lyons 
Jamie Magaldi 
Paul Mahoney 

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Doria Maselli 
Adam Mazza 
Deborah McFeeters 
Jo McHale 
John Mclnnis 
Eric McKenna 



Keith McLaren 
Dave McLaughlin 
Eric Mehigan 
Tracy Melzar 
Marc Merriman 
lill Morin 



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Robert Murphy 

Mike Nadeau 

Adam Nepveu 

Michelle Niestepski 

William Nitchie 

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Jennifer O'Nell 
Michael OToole 

Patrick OToole 
Melissa Palermo 

Kellie Patterson 
Shannon Patuito 

— ♦ 

Gina Pavone 

Kristen Peach 

Tom Perreault 

Kathleen Peterson 

Luisa Quaceci 

(ill Quigley 

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leremy Rufo 

Jennifer Russo 

Kerri Scifo 

Brian Seekins 

Nancy Sellitto 

Melissa Shea 

— ♦ 

Mike Shelley 

Jessica Silverstein 

Lisa Southmayd 

Julie Stokes 

Eric Stone 

Jaclyn Sullivan 

♦ 

Katey Sullivan 

Michael Sweet 

Jo Ann Tamillo 

Melissa Toce 

Elane Tohmc 

Dennis Torpey 

♦ 

Robert Torrani 

Parool Vaidya 

Shelia Walsh 

Deana Ward 

Erik White 

Kerri Whitney 

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Suzanne Williams 

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Doug Ames 

George Bellefontaine 

David Bennett 

Elizabeth Berlik 

Elizabeth Bickford 

Darren Bishop 




Domenic Bramantecohen 

Rachel Bridges 

Elaine Bruno 

Tom Burke 

Michael Caira 

)enn Carr 




Brian Carroll 

)ohn Casey 

Nathan Censullo 

Julie Conchiglia 

Christian Connors 

Joshua Cormier 



Greg Cresenzo 
Charlene Dalio 
Karen DeFrancesco 
oan DeMarco 
Bill Dineen 
David DiPasQuale 



|ohn Doucette 

Valerie Doyon 

Jeff Driscoll 

Kerry Durost 

Nicole Dussault 

Robert Eldridge 



Sean Emery 

Patrick Finn 

Barbara Fowle 

Lindsay Groom 

lamie Gustafson 

lennifer Hall 




Susan Hall 

Leanne Harris 

laclyn Harison 

Cara Hendricks 

Jennifer Hunt 

Alex Inglese 








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Laurie Johnson 
Eric (ones 
Kevin Kacamburas 
Melissa Kanter 
Angela Keough 



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Daniel King 
David Lee 
Gregg Loguidice 
Nicole Lojek 
Steve Kosimidis 



Kelly Landers 
Erin Landry 
)en Langone 
lessica Madaglia 
Kate Malson 
Pat Mallon 



Stephen Marchello 
Sophia Martinos 
Wendy Meegan 
Kristina Meuse 
Eric Morin 
Rene Morin 



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Jennifer Mullins 

Beth Murch 
Huong Nguyen 
Michael O'Brien 
Cindy Oatis 
Doug Olender 



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Christina Packard 
Stacy Palizzolo 
Rob" Parker 
Nick Pavlidis 
Timothy Peterson 
Amanda Power 






Kosta Radosavljevic 
Ryan Rappoli 
Dawn Redmond 
Rebecca Reeder 
Tracy Reitchel 
Stephen Ritucci 



Kristin Roache 
Christina Rogers 
Charlie Ross 
Paul Savage 
Darlene Scarfo 
Katy Sencsi 




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Jennifer Sharp 

Elanor Shaw 

Dan Smart 

Heather Smith 

Nicole Sordillo 

John Stone 



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Jennifer Tait 

lames Tamilio 

Kim Tarr 

Fatima Tavares 

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Deirdre Tctrault 

Megan Thomas 

Charlsse Thresher 

Lisa Timulty 

Thack Tran 

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Rachel Turesky 

Nicole Turner 

Renee Vachon 

Eric Vozzella 

Matt Waterhouse 

Greg Young 

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Art: Mrs. Durso, Mrs. Shack 





Nurse: Mrs. Rushton 



Foreign Language: Ms. Nowak, Mrs. Beckwith, Mrs. Ross, Mrs. Bavuso 




Special Education: Ms. Trueblood, Ms. Stoezel, Mrs. Beaudet, Ms. Tobias 



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Industrial Arts: Mr. Dicey 




English: Mr. Grecoe, Mrs. Grecoe, Mrs. Symonds, Ms. Aldrich 




■ne Economics /Preschool: Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Sheehan, Mrs. St. Onge 




tal Studies: Mr. Scanlon, Ms. Russell, Mrs. Goldman, Mr. Maggio 




Administration: Mrs. Gearty, Mrs. Gearty, Mrs. Clark 




Business: Mrs. Gershon, Mrs. Boudreau, Mrs. Boudreau 




Physical Education: Mrs. Wood, Mr. PimentaJ 



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Reading/Library: Mrs. Shea, Mr. Melhado 
Mrs. Meyer 



Science: Mr. Fardy, Mr. Wood, Ms. Martell, Mrs. Bertini, Mrs. Fiorilla, Mr. Krey, Mr. Megyesy, 
Ms. Atkinson, Ms.Herlihy 




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'o the Class of 1995 

It has been my pleasure to have been your Class Advisor for the 
past four years. I have witnessed the many phases of your growth 
during this time. You entered Wilmington High School as young 
naive Freshmen, and now you are Seniors ready to leave 
Wilmington High School to pursue goals that will lead you into 
adulthood. 

I have come to know most of you over these four years, as we 
have worked together to generate the spirit of the Class of 1995. 1 
am proud of your accomplishments and grateful for your coopera- 
tion. 

I sincerely hope that your experiences here have helped you to 
learn and to grow. Value your education, appreciate your family 
and teachers, cherish your friendships, and leave WHS with the 
knowledge and wisdom to meet the challenges that will face you in 
your endeavors. 

-Edward J. Woods 




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Sitting: D. DeSantis Vice President, J. Volpe President 
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Yearbook Committee 

Standing: Alyson Murray, Ann Marie Pavone, Michelle Montalt 

Sitting: Jameelah Ware, Wendy Meegan 

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Front row: M. Mazzolla, 

J. Mullins, G. Bellefontaine, 

C. Hassam. 

Back row: J. Kittridge, 

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J. Ware, M. Sakey, 

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National Honor Society 

Standing: N. Montalto, M. Southmayd, 
Whitebone, S. W. Kim, M Dijulia, T. Giabbai, | 
Stokes, A. Murray, K. Anderson, J. Gosse, II 1 
Oakleaf, D. Desantis. Middle Row: Advisor: M 
Beckwith, J. Volpe, J. Ausiello, H. Gill, A. Feizida 
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nder this year's co-editors, Allyson Murray, 
Alyson Ward, and Todd Giabbai, the 1994-1995 

-, editions of the "Wildcat News" were recon- 
ducted in a new format. The paper began its first year 
if in-house printing thanks to Mrs. Powers. The new 
flvisors, Mrs. Shack, Mrs. Bell, and Mrs. Beckwith, 

lided the staff in the use of a new computer program 

hich helped add more interesting themes and sections 
| the paper. The editors would like to thank everyone 

r their hard work and effort in making this a very 

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, |en Siracusa, leave Ginny Riberio C.R. Good Luck! 

, Jameelah Ware, leave sunflowers and chalk for Mishell. Oh, and 

don't forget those Patra braids, 
ulie Gosse leaves hours of shotput fun and humor to the aspiring 

team. 

, Chris Gill, leave all of the sophomore girls to the sophomore 
boys, finally, because I won't be needing them anymore. 

, Mike Fuller, leave my disrespect to anyone who deserves it. 

, Jennifer Davis, leave 1st period study, coffee and cream horn's. 

, Kerri Oakleaf. leave WHS knowing that Wayne's cane is no longer 

a dog. 
. Dottie Halliday. leave WHS still not knowing who the pervert 

really is. 

, less Roberts, leave Nate Censullo 444years and a napkin to wipe 
his face off with. 

, Alyson Ward, leave my brother my car at North Wilmington Shell 
and mace to Tommy Heigham to keep away Ann Dulong! 

, lacojji Hayden, pass on the duties of the P.O.P. to lenna Tait and 

Kluga. 
, Nick Montalto, leave knowing, after four years, that there are 

teachers who still can't pronounce my name. I also leave the Band 

knowing that Greg Young can't even fill the shoes that I leave 

behind. 

, Patrick Cahill, leave my notebooks because I never used them. 

, Dan Kivlehan, leave Erin Fuller to Eric Clancy because he is still 
in love with her. 

, Lisa Houle. leave Katey and |ackie Sullivan a book of coupons for 
Simards and a SCAGgle rock video. 

The 7th period Economics class leaves STILL not knowing Mr. 
Fessenden's first name. 

. Holly Gill, leave Amanda Zaya a large bottle of aspirin to help her 
get through her nextyear's math class without me. 

, Matt Calandrello. leave my animal beaver to Eric "Woodstock" 
Morin. 

, Kim Hewitt, leave the typing room air freshner. 

, Doug Costa, leave my wrestling shoes to any underclassman who 
thinks that he can possibly fill them. 

, |oe Martiniello, leave knowing who was The Lady In Red at the 

Junior Prom and who wasn't. 
We. the track seniors, leave knowing that half the team is gradu- 
ating. Good luck nextyear. 

, Allyson Murray, leave Matthew K. |oyce the reminder that not 
Cadence, not West Side Story, but "Grease" went! I also leave 
Steve O'Neill a dollar. 

, Brian Crowley, leave Paul Savage the bari-sax spot in |azz Band 
because he can't play tenor with a score of 29. 

We, three freaks, leave Pat OToole the nickname Burger Pat. See 
you in Hampton. 

|oe Martiniello leave on May 26th knowing it aggravated and 
annoyed Ms. Aldrich! I also leave Greg Young in the dust, for 
once I am ahead! 



I, Rob LaVita, leave my fouryears of barrel duty to "Custodian Man," 
[ohn Roberto. 

I, |ohn Lynch, leave WHS with a coke and a smile. 

We, Jessica Horan, Diane Berube, and Kelly Curtin, leave Paul 
Savage a lifetime supply of honeybuns. 

I, Paul Bruno, leave Nicole Dussault a road map. 
I, (essica Horan, leave |enn Carr and Melissa Toce the BOAT. 
We, Colleen Kerrigan and Diane Matulewicz, leave Shawn and 
Scott Francis ten dollars to go see Bubba. 

We, the Breakfast Club, leave Baz a lifetime supply of Potato Skins 
and all the cans that she needs to retire. 

I, MaryAmata. leave WHS knowing that loeBamburgwill never beat 
my records. 

I, Colleen Kerrigan, leave Danielle Mace anotheryear with me. 

I, Melissa Goglia, leave Mr. Scanlon the forbidden home movies 
that he never got to see. 

I, Pat Rufo, leave leremy Rufo defenseless because I'm not going to 
be there to stick up for him anymore. I also leave Greg Young and 
Paul Savage the Tenor line and |oe Bamberg "Joshua". Keep the 
legacy alive. 

I, Rachel Keefe, leave here still denying the DePa incident! 

I, Colleen Stokes, leave the Cross Country Team. 

I, Lorilynn Fenton, leave WHS proving that "gullible" is in the 
dictionary. 

I, Jay lannachino, leave Mike LaVita my nose instead of Rob's. 

I, Andrea Edwards leave WHS knowing that a lot of people missed 

out on someone special and a wave goodbye to those who feel it's 
necessary. 

I, Sean Crowley, leave Adam Vogel with a Buns of Steel and aGut- 

Be-Gone home video giftpack. 
I, Kerry Anderson, leave WHS without any reservations whatsoever 

We, the seniors of WHS Band, leave WHS knowing the real reasor 
why fans come to the football games! 

I, Kelly Curtin, leave my syllabus to Ms. Aldrich. 

I, lenna Volpe, leave Kerry Anderson with no place to put her Frencl I 

books. ,.-\^ ^ 

I, Andrea Feizidis. leave lulie Conchiglia all the leftover Chinese 

food we didn't finish along with an invitation to come visi 

anytime to finish it. 
I, Beth Burke, leave Lisa Southmayd Cheezits again! 
I, Candice Hassam, leave Nikki Fugereand lesse Bazzotta to babys I 

Michelle Mazzola. 
I, Todd Giabbai, leave baklava to Mike Fuller and Pat Rufo, soi 

grapes to Marc Dijulia, Igaunas to Wayne Chin, and the frustr; ! 

tions of the "Wildcat News" to Wendy Meegan. 
We, Diane Berube and Michelle Montalto, leave Joey Bambei 

inflatable friends to sit with at lunch. 
Wayne Chin leaves his Nissan 240 SX to his sister, Lisa, so that sr 

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\le. Jaime Forgett, Jennifer Carroll, and lane Carroll, leave all of our 
trips to the bathroom and our long talks with Mrs. Beckwith to the 
future "bathroom beauties". 

he Cross-Country and Track Seniors leave Christian Ferraro to our 
coach, Mr. Cripps. 

hris White and Craig Forester leave Eric Morin to Mr. Dicey and 
what's left of the shop! 

Henry Grise, leave a pin for Greg Young so that he can deflate his 
head before it explodes. 

Diane Matulewicz. leave Danielle Mace and Colleen Kerrigan one 
more year of high school. 

Tim Murphy, leave with the hope that someday WHS will have a 
better physics department. 

Laurie Southmayd, leave Megan Graham tickets for the Blazers 
game. Stay out of First Aid this time Megan. 
Seung Won Kim, leave behind one million dollars to the Physics 
Department and Mr. Megesy to buy more rolls of ticket tape for 
better development of future scientific labs. I also leave Air 
Jordans to anyone who dares to fly higher than I did. 
Ken Macdonald, leave my Bridge to anyone who can fix it. 
Maria Voner, leave Amanda Power all of my runs to the cafeteia 
for Eric and Damon. "Don't forget grocery bags!" 
Denise Langone, leave Kristin Flynn 48 seconds to complete the 
330 hurdles. Good luck and keep it up! I also leave the javelins: 
Sebastian, Ariel, and Penelope, lonely and far from being thrown 
100 feet. Whoever picks them up next, don't forget to kiss them 
for good luck! 

Heather Scott, leave Stacy Pallizolo my friendship forever and the 
best of luck in her senior year. 

Matthew Southmayd, leave my Red Rider bee-bee gun as a gift to 
WHS. P.S. I still have not shot my eye out! 

Garrett Whittemore. left WHS often! 

Melissa Ings, leave this school happy that I got out of Math. 

Wes Dunham, leave WHS knowing that if Lil' Falzand Peanut were 
a few years younger, I would have a chance with them. 

Michelle Montalto, leave Bethany Carr THE Notebook. Read it 
and weep! 

atie Moran leaves a lifetime membership to the Roses of the Month 
Club to Sheila Walsh, knowing that way, shewill never bewithout 
a Valentines gift. 
Tim Finn, leave Shannon Patuto a lie-detector test. 

Lori Volpe, leave Megan Graham a prank call in the middle of the 
night and a caller ID to find out who did it. 

Erin Falzone, leave Nicole Dussault on the porch at Hampton 
because I'm not waiting for her next time. 

Ve, |en Siracusa and Ginny Riberio, leave WHS knowing our last 
names will never affect us the way that they did here. 
Ginny Riberio, leave Billy to Leanne Harris. He's allyours. 

Christine Maggio, leave knowing that I have to come back For 
anotheryear. 



I, Kerri Casella, leave pig snouts to my piggies, my bags to the Bag 
Ladies, my brother to Mousie and Bob Gearty, and my height (or 
lack of) to anyone who thinks that they can handle it better than 
I. 

We, Lindsay Currier, Kathaleen Rooney, (acQui Holloway, Laurie 
Southmayd, leave WHS knowing we made it down the Swain Hill 
and not even Officer Miller could stop us! 

We, Keli Mehigan, Erin Falzone, Mike Potito, |im Lacasse, Wes 
Dunham, and Greg Peters, leave the High School knowing that 
Jim's keys will always be on the bottom of the Haverhill lake. 

Ray Dudley leaves a framed copy of his NHS speech to Mrs. 
Beckwith, his platform shoes to Denise, and his unused spikes to 
the track team. 

I, Amy O'Melia, leave Baz a case of returnable cans. 

I, Michelle Castronovo, leave Mrs. M. Boudreau the ability to talk 
over other people. 

We, the Accounting II class, leave our finals to be corrected. 

I, Debbie Barysky, leave WHS knowing that I will never have to hear 

Tricia Williams talk about LT anymore. Don't forget the Bacon 

Double Cheeseburger! 

I, Tricia Williams, leave WHS knowing that I will never have to hear 
Debbie Barysky talk about G.P. any longer. Don't forget the 
Bacon Double Cheeseburger! 

We, Marc Di|ulia, Mike Fuller, and Todd Giabbai, leave a shotgun 
and a barrel offish to Mr. Grecoe so that he can continue playing 
Trivial Pursuit. 

I, Kellie O'Donnell, leave a rumor about lenna Tait and Jacklyn 
Harrison to be spread about the school. 

I, Carrie Stanley, leave Amanda Powers a certain psychotic twenty- 
eightyear old man. 

We, the lunch table, leave Spaceship Head a Flowby so she can 
restyle her hair, Jackfyn Harrison a new pair of contacts, and the 
purple-headed girl a bottle of hair dye. 

I, Lindsay Currier, leave Andrea White a gas mask so that she can 
make it past the turn around in the morning without me! 

I, Fred Burke, leave my brother, Tom, at the door to the snack line 
scrounging! 

We, lamieCaples, RyanSwasey, and lack Warford, leave Mr. Woods 
our ICEHOUSE. 

I, MarcDiJulia, leave my collection ofRushLimbaugh books and my 
autographed picture of |esse Helms to Mr. and Mrs. Grecoe. 

I, Jen Ausiello, leave Ryan Rappoli his CDs. 

I, lames Doucette. of sound mind and body, leave my Double XL 
WrestlingSinglettoSean Kerrign, whol thinkwill beWHS'snext 
heavyweight. 

We, Kerri Casella and Joe Martiniello, leave knowing that we will 
dearly miss our best friend, Greg Young. 

I, Ken Heart, leave Matt Haskamp all my excuses of getting out of 
trouble when pumpkining. 

I, Aline Normoyle, leave WHS Catherine Normoylc: the legacy 
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In the wake of the 1994 Los 
Angeles earthquake and the 
southern California wildfires of 
1993, California experiences 
more natural disasters in 
January 1995 when rainstorms 
cause flooding that kills 11 
people and leaves 3.000 others 
homeless. Flooding is so high 
in Santa Barbara, fun-seeking 
teenagers dive off a freeway 
overpass into 15 feet of water. 
President Clinton declares 34 
counties federal disaster areas. 



In 1994, the U.S. registers a 
one-year population growth of 
2.7 million. One-third of the 
increase is due to immigration, 
the largest such influx since 
1914. 



Author and humanities 
professor, Ralph Ellison, dies 
at age 80. His 1952 novel, 
Invisible Man, has been called 
the most powerful novel written 
about alienation, identity, and 
racism in America. 



A huge increase in killings by 
14- to 24-year-olds raises the 
nation's homicide rate, while 
violence blamed on preteens 
rocks communities nationwide. 
A boy, 13, is sentenced to life 
for strangling a four-year-old. 
In Chicago, an 11 -year-old boy 
kills a 14-year-old girl and is 
then executed by his own gang. 
In Washington state a pair of 
12-year-olds shoot a migrant 
worker. 





Called the Republican 
revolution, November 
mid-term elections put 
the Republican party 
and its anti-big 
government platform in 
control of Congress 
for the first time in 
40 years. Georgia's 
Newt Gingrich, author 
of the GOP' s "Contract 
with America," is 
the new Speaker of 
the House. 




Heat, drought, and 
lightning combine to 
set Western states 
ablaze in late June and July. 
Fires consume 2,000 acres 
in Colorado's South 
Canyon when 50 mile-an-hour 
winds whip the flames into a 
firestorm, killing 14 specially 
trained firefighters; 10 men 
and four women. 



The volunteers 
for Silent March 
bring shoes from 
every state for one of the 
quietest demonstrations to 
ever take place in 
Washington, D.C. Each 
empty pair of shoes repre- 
sents one of the more than 
40,000 Americans who have 
been killed by handguns. 



The prosecution 
seeks the death 
penalty in the 
case of Susan Smith, 
who dupes the nation with 
a frightening tale of the 
abduction of her two little 
boys. The community's early 
support grows quickly to 
hatred when Smith 
confesses to murder — 
she sent her children to 
their deaths at the bottom 
of a lake. 



Despite powerful National Rifle 
Association lobby efforts, 
Congress passes a crime bill 
banning the sale of 19 types of 
assault weapons. The 
Brady Law goes 
into effect; in 
one month 23,610 
people with 
criminal records 
are denied the 
purchase of a handgun 



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The U.S. Food and Drug 
Administration blasts 
the tobacco company 
executives at a 
congressional hearing 
in March 1994 for 
denying that nicotine, 
a drug found in 
cigarette smoke, is 
addictive. Tobacco 
industry workers fear 
losing their jobs if 
the FDA succeeds in 
classifying and 
restricting cigarettes 
as a drug. 



The Flint River overflows, washing coffins out of a Georgia 
cemetery after torrential rains from tropical storm Alberto 
flood Georgia and the Florida-Alabama panhandle. 
Thirty-two people die, 40,000 are temporarily homeless, and 
10,000 square miles are underwater, causing $100 million in 
crop damage. 

Former football star 
O.J. Simpson is 
charged with the 
June 12th stabbing death of 
his ex-wife Nicole and her 
friend Ronald Goldman, 
causing a non-stop media 
avalanche. The 
sensational case famil- 
iarized watchers with 
spouse abuse, a tele- 
vised ride in a white 
Ford Bronco, "Kato" 
Kaelin, and DNA testing. 
Simpson faces the jury 
in January. 





A rare white buffalo 
named Miracle draws 
crowds to the humble 
Wisconsin farm where it was 
born August 20. Native 
Americans believe the calf is 
the fulfillment of a Lakota 
Sioux prophecy. Five hundred 
years ago, White Buffalo 
Woman told her people that 
she would return as a white 
calf to usher in a new age of 
harmony between all races 
of mankind. 



President Clinton, with 
Republican leader 
Bob Dole, signs 
legislation implementing the 
U.S. role in an expanded 
General Agreement on Tariffs 
and Trade (GATT), one of the 
most sweeping trade liberal- 
ization pacts in history. The 
legislation makes the U.S. a 
member of a new 125-member 
World Trade Organization. 
Protectionists worry that GATT 
may promote world trade but 
won't sufficiently protect 
American jobs. 




The Secret Service considers restricting public 
access to the White House after a gunman fires 27 
rounds at the building's facade in October. In 
September, a small Cessna airplane crashes on the 
South Lawn and comes to rest at the base of the 
White House below President Clinton's bedroom, 
killing the pilot. 



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he U.S. Interior Department 
moves the bald eagle from its 
endangered species list to the 
less critical "threatened" 
category. The Pacific 
Northwest's spotted owl is left 
to fend for itself when in June a 
federal judge lifts the 1991 
injunction that halted logging in 
the owl's habitat. 



The fossil of a previously 
unknown dinosaur, the 25-foot- 
long Cryolophosaurus ellioti, is 
found in Antarctica. 



Despite a so-called fitness 
craze, the National Center for 
Health Statistics confirms the 
American overabundance of 
food combined with a 
sedentary lifestyle is creating 
an epidemic of obesity. Since 
1980, the number of over- 
weight adults has ballooned to 
one-third of the population, 
with an alarming increase 
among children. 



Some of the 599 newly 
revealed secret ingredients 
major cigarette-makers add to 
improve taste and texture: 
beeswax, butter, carrot oil, 
citronella oil, cocoa shells. 
corn silk, dandelion root 
extract, 31 chemicals that start 
with ethyl, oak chip oil, 
vinegar, and dimethyltetra- 
hydrobenzofuranone. 



Three planets are discovered 
orbiting a pulsar star 3,000 
light-years away in the 
constellation Virgo. One is the 
size of the moon and two are 
three times more massive than 
Earth; all are rocky worlds 
without an atmosphere. 





NASA's space shuttle mission 64 tests the 
operations of a Simplified Aid For Extravehicular 
Activity Rescue (SAFAR) device. Crew 
member Mark Lee maneuvers successfully 
outside the Discovery, while Carl Meade 
photographs him against the background of Earth. 



Martin Rodbell and 
Alfred Gilman are 
awarded the 1994- 
Nobel Prize in 
Physiology or 
Medicine for 
developing a 
model of cell 
communication 
that has • • 
medical implications 
from cholera to 
cancer. 

The Food and Drug 
Administration 
institutes new food 
labeling on almost all foods 
in response to consumer 
protest against the many 
misleading claims of food 
producers. The new 
readable labels provide 
realistic serving sizes, list 
calories from fat, and allow 
you to compare different 
nutrient values. 




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utostereograms, 
popularly known as 
X X, Magic Eye, cause 
legions of people to stare 
cross-eyed for long periods 
of time. Based on a mystery 
V > ol neurology and 
3-D objects, pattern 
elements fuse into left-eye 
and right-eye images of a 
single hidden object which 
appears to be 
floating. 



In Ethiopia, anthro- 
pologists discover the 
skull of a human 
ancestor, Australopithecus 
ramidus, 4.4 million years 
old. The new species has 
features midway between 
apes and humans and 
promises to provide clues to 
still earlier evolutionary 
stages. 





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Japan's "Love Love 
Simulation" computer 
program allows 
couples to take a 
non-scientific look 
at future offspring 
by digitally 
combining their own 
photos to predict a 
child's appearance. 



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Astronomers wait at every major telescope in the world 
to see the historic cosmic crack-up of the 21 big 
fragments of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 as it smacks 
into the atmosphere of Jupiter at 134,000 miles an hour. 
Plumes of fire shoot up hundreds of miles, high enough to 
become visible to telescopes on Earth. 



Internet activity- 
rises sharply as 
surfers find their 
way around the 
information ^b 
superhighway 
Advertisers, 
rock music 
reviewers, 
the worldly 
Voice of America, 
and others decide 
it's time to jump on. 




NASA publishes a new 
report supporting the 
theory that a giant 
comet hit Earth 65 
million years ago and 
vaporized 100 billion 
tons of sulphur to 
create the cloud 
barrier that froze 
Earth's atmosphere and 
killed the dinosaurs. 



A long-term study of radial keratotomy finds it generally 
safe and effective. For the nearsighted, tiny spokelike 
incisions into the eye improve focusing ability and 
eliminate the need for eyeglasses. The patient is awake for 
the procedure. 




A cave is found in southern France, full of 300 vivid 
paintings of woolly-haired rhinos, bears, mammoths, 
panthers, and owls made about 20,000 years ago. The 
Stone Age artists also left behind bear skulls, flint knives, 
footprints, and fireplaces. Experts call it the archaeological find 
of the century. 



The non-violent 
CD-ROM game Myst 
by Cyan, Inc. becomes 
a best-selling phenomenon, 
winning legions of devoted 
fans and spawning imitators. 
The fantasy-adventure's 
graphic visuals are hyper- 
real; the written word is the 
key to the mystery. 




One of Lake Superior's enduring mysteries is solved by scientists and marine historians who 
explore the wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald, an ore carrier that sank with its crew in a 1975 
storm. The ship, overused and in poor condition, was ripped apart by 90-mph winds and 
30-foot waves. Most of the 29 crewmen are entombed inside the wreckage, well preserved in the 
39° waters. 




Outbacks in military spending force the U.S. Navy to 
reduce its elite 100-dolphin fleet trained for use in 
sonar research, mine sweeping, and underwater recov- 
ery. Too tame to be released in the open sea, the veterans of 
conflicts from Vietnam to the Persian Gulf retire to aquariums 
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The most popular names lor 
newborns this year are Ashley 
and Michael. 



Young people serve their 
country by volunteering under 
a new program called 
AmeriCorps, where 20.000 
people aged 17 and up work 
with community-based 
organizations in exchange for 
$7,500 plus money toward 
college tuition or loans. 



One percent of the nation's 50 
million school-age children 
learn at home as families seek 
alternatives to public schools. 
In a handful of high-tech 
experiments, kids submit 
homework by modem, 
download books and artwork 
from the Internet, and 
collaborate on academic 
projects with other children 
around the world. 



A survey of college kids 
reveals their favorite sources 
of sugar and caffeine during 
all-night studying to be: 
powdered iced tea. peanut 
butter mixed with marsh- 
mallow cream, baby food, 
ramen noodles, raw cookie 
dough, and trail mix made 
from chocolate chips, graham 
cracker bits, and mini- 
marshmallows. 





A lively new cafe society centers around 
the 5,000 gourmet coffeeshops which 
spring up around the country. To the often 
young and trendy patrons, the social interaction is 
just as important as the espresso. Some cafes offer 
full-time Internet links so patrons can sip and chat 
with other Internet latte-drinkers. 




Yoga, a Hindu system 

of stretching 

exercises for well- 
being, surges in 
popularity, mostly 
because the older 
generation seeks a 

technique for 

alleviating stress 

and finds yoga better 

than aerobics. 



Besides recycled 
clothing like license- 
plate bustiers, 
bottle-cap jewelry, 
trash-bag and duct- 
tape dresses, fashion 
trends include the 
schoolgirl look with 
thigh-highs, and the 
grunge-turned-beatnik 
look of long, straight 
hair and a goatee. 

Anew survey shows 
that over 12 million 
Americans are 
vegetarians, choosing 
the no-meat lifestyle 
because of concern 
about animal cruelty, 
cost-efficiency, eco- 
friendliness and/or 
improved health and 
fitness. 



Aerobic boxing, with boxing-style leg and arm work, turns 
out to be one of the year's hot exercise trends, showing 
up in workout studios and attracting those who want to 
work off their aggression by throwing a right and a few jabs. 




The hottest 
merchandise around 
is Mighty Morphin 
Power Rangers, so hot 
Cabbage Patch dolls pale in 
comparison. Parents criticize 
Fox's super-violent TV show, 
but their kids crave Dragon 
Daggers, Megazords, and 
the 4-foot, $230 battery 
powered car. "Go, go, Power 
Rangers!" 






A hot new collectible 
derives from an old 
household item. 
Milk caps, known in some 
regions as pogs, originally 
capped the bottles left by 
the milkman but have now 
gone funky with colorful 
printed designs and 
variations that are traded 
and used in games. 





Although most are 
forced to settle for 
Oakley wrap- 
arounds, stylin' kids, like 
in-line skaters and urban 
youth, clamor for Arnet's 
$80 Ravens with the silver- 
chrome frames. 



The first generation to 
ignore colas in favor 
of fruit drinks, today's 
young people give Snapple 
popular cult status. The 
trend breeds juice wars as 
Snapple imitators like 
Fruitopia vie for youth 
market shares and inundate 
the airwaves with Generation 
X-type advertising. 



Pope John Paul II 
authors Crossing the 
Threshold of Hope, a 
blend of theology, evangelizing 
and personal remininiscene. 
It becomes a best-seller in 35 
countries. 




Kool-Aid makes a 
cheap hair-dye, an 
alternative to 
bleached hair with, say, 
Prizm Blue added for sheen. 
The "city fade" shaves the 
sides of your head and 
leaves the top longer, and 
the matted hair look is 
achieved by leaving the soap 
in and forgetting to comb. 



It's called "the year 
of the cottage 
industry" as more 
Americans adopt 
different work 
arrangements in 
response to corporate 
downsizing, either by 
telecommuting or 
starting businesses 
out of their homes. 





The designer pets of the year are African pigmy 
hedgehogs, and some 3,000 find homes with humans. 
They are gentle, like to be petted, and need a once-a- 
day feeding of pet food or mealworms. They don't smell and 
will even eat your roaches. 






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John Travolta and Samuel L. 
Jackson star in Pulp Fiction, 
an "extravagantly demented 
low-life lalapalooza with 
outlandish twists." The film's 
plot revolves around a watch, 
a briefcase, and a large 
syringe in a darkly humorous 
scene which reportedly causes 
a few audience members with 
needle-phobia to fall out of 
their seats in revulsion. 



John Candy, the large and 
lovable star of films Splash. 
Cool Runnings, Home Alone, 
and many other family 
favorites, dies at the age of 
43. Whether Candy played 
jerks, slobs or loonies, his 
natural goodness came 
shining through. 





Life is like a box of chocolates," says its title character. 
Forrest Gump, starring Tom Hanks, surprises everyone 
with its popularity, attributed to the audiences' thirst 
for the film's theme of simple values and good intentions. .?-. 
Fascinating special effects place Gump into real news 
footage with U.S. presidents. 



Reality-based tele- 
vision programs rule 
the tube with "Cops," 
"American Detective," 
"FBI: The Untold 
Stories," "Top Cops," 
and "Rescue 911." 
"America's Most 
Wanted" and "Unsolved 
Mysteries" enlist 
viewers' help in 
tracking down 
, fugitives. 




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I very Tuesday 
night 20 million 
'homes tune into 
"Home Improvement," 
television's No. 1 show, 
starring comedian Tim 
Allen as Tim Taylor, the 
how-to host of "Tool 
Time," with his wife Jill and 
three kids. Fans love this 
funny real-life reflection of 
middle-class family life. 




Shameless prime-time 
soap opera "Melrose 
Place," co-starring 
Heather Locklear and Grant 
Show, attracts legions of 
fans with its silly-sensational 
plotlines and shallow-but- 
beautiful characters. Fans 
even buy the TV show's 
soundtrack and "MP" 
clothing. 




Tom Cruise bites as 
the elegantly evil 
vampire Lestat in the 
film based on Anne Rice's 
novel Interview With the 
Vampire. Brad Pitt costars in 
the story that's been a favorite 
with millions of readers for 
twenty years. 



Comedian Jim Carrey's career is s-s-smokin'. In The 
Mask, Carrey plays shy Stanley Ipkiss, who discovers 
that a mythical mask can turn him into a very cool 
green-faced cartoon-like dude. While waiting for sequels to 
The Mask and Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, Carrey fans enjoy 
current hit Dumb and Dumber. 




Comic Margaret Cho 
stars in the first all- 
Asian sitcom "All- 
American Girl," about a 
college girl who's not making 
enough money to move away 
from home and has to live 
with her rigidly traditional 
Korean immigrant parents. 




The animals aren't cuddly, but Disney's 32nd animated 
feature The Lion King is still a box-office smash and a 
sure classic. The story of a young lion, Simba, on the 
path to maturity combines five Tim Rice/Elton John songs with 
comedy that leaves audiences roaring. Just say "Hakuna 
matata," Swahili for "no worries." 




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iving Single" is 
I hailed as a New 
' York City version of 
"Designing Women." The 
comedy is about four 
women who share a big 
apartment, and features 
Kim Fields and rap star 
Queen Latifah, whose quiet 
presence and dignity 
singles her out as a star. 



Talented young Claire 
Danes stars as a 
savvy 15-year-old 
confronting adolescent 
anxieties in the ABC 
television series "My So- 
Called Life," which receives 
critical acclaim. Danes also 
stars in the movie Little 
Women, with Winona Ryder. 



This year's Emmy for 
best comedy series 
goes to TV's "Frasier," 
the story of a radio psychi- 
atrist with a dysfunctional 
family. Star of the critical 
and main-stream hit, 
Kelsey Grammer 
dedicates his 
best-actor award 
to the dog "Eddie" 
whose off- 
screen 
name is 
Moose. 




After his villain in 
Shakespeare's Much 
Ado About Nothing 
and his title role in Bertolucci's 
Little Buddha, actor Keanu 
Reeves buffs up to play an 
action star in Speed, about a 
bomb and a runaway bus, 
one of the year's biggest box 
office hits. 



With the first female 
starship captain, TV's 
"Star Trek: Voyager" 
is the newest offshoot 
of the enduring Star 
Trek phenomenon, after 
"Deep Space Nine," 
"The Next Generation," 
and this year's full- 
length feature 
Star . T rek: 
Generations . 



Although his action fans may prefer True Lies, Arnold 
Schwarzenegger, with co-star Danny DeVito, cracks up 
audiences in Junior, where the strongman plays a 
boringly-serious scientist who tests a fertility drug on himself, 
learns the joys of motherhood, and falls in love with the baby's 
mom, Emma Thompson. 




Baywatch," the world's most-watched syndicated TV 
show, is a feel-good action/adventure about a Malibu 
lifeguard, played by David Hasselhoff. Sunny beach 
scenes take the pressure off plot or character development. In 
tribute to its popularity, Mattel, Inc. creates Baywatch Barbie. 




Lou Gehrig's last day, Sandy Koufax on the mound, and 
Jackie Robinson's arrival are all part of the Ken Burns 
film "Baseball," an 18 1/2-hour historical mini-series on 
PBS. "Baseball" touches on American issues of race, labor, 
immigration, the role of women, urban renewal, popular media, 
and the nature of heroes and mythology. 





Hoop Dreams is a 
documentary about 
two young Chicago 
athletes who dream of 
playing in the NBA. Arthur 
Agee and William Gates 
soon realize the dream will 
have to come at the expense 
of everything else. Hoop 
Dreams offers as much 
drama, excitement, and 
emotional ups and downs 
as anything to come out of 
Hollywood. 



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After their Woodstock '94 
performance scores them 
mass adulation and an 
onstage mudfight, punk-pop 
trio Green Day wins the title 
for this year's best new band. 
Their album Dookie. featuring 
"Basket Case, "goes triple 
platinum. 



LPs make a comeback when 
major recording labels give in 
to pressure from artists and 
fans. New titles are released 
on vinyl, as well as CDs and 
tapes. Pronounced dead in the 
'80s, the revived 12-inch long- 
plays come complete with the 
art-covered sleeves and lyric- 
sheet inserts that make them 
collector's items. 



Liz Phair follows up Exile in 
Guyville with Whip-smart and 
songs like "Super Nova" and 
"Jealousy." Her music is said 
to be about self-parody, 
defensiveness, beautiful 
flaws, and cluelessness. 



Futuristic noise mavens Nine 
Inch Nails and singer Trent 
Reznor drive home a point 
with their "Closer" single and 
hit video, from their album 
The Downward Spiral. 



Mosh pit heroes Bad Religion 
get plenty of play with "21st 
Century Boy" and their album 
Stranger Than Fiction. 



Beastie Boys release their 
fourth hip-hop album /// 
Communication on the heels 
of their highly popular Check 
Your Head. 



Superunknown, a 70-minute, 
15-song opus, debutes at 
No 1 on the Billboard charts. 
Fans and critics say it's the 
best record of metal band 
Soundgarden's career. 




Music, moshing, and 
lots of mud define 
Woodstock 94 The 
25th anniversary of the 
original 1969 "summer of 
love" has ATMs, Pepsi, and 
'90s prices: $135 tickets and 
$4 hamburgers. After 
happily grooving to every- 
thing from Bob Dylan 
to Nine Inch Nails, 350,000 
fans depart peacefully. 





Singer Sheryl Crow hits 
paydirt with her debut 
album, Tuesday Night 
Music Club with the seedy- 
but-upbeat sounds of 
"Leaving Las Vegas" and 
"All I Want to Do." 





odeci, two pairs of 
brothers whose funky 
ballads coined the 
term "Feenin'," bring gospel 
harmonies to their new 
album Diary ota Mad Band, 
which goes platinum. 



They dress alike and 
rule Motown. It 
seems like Boyz II 
Men only makes mega-hits, 
like "On Bended Knee" and 
"I'll Make Love to You." 
Their second album, //, goes 
straight to No. 1 ontheR&B 
charts. 




With quirky lyrics and 
bass-voiced singing 
on hits like "Mmm, 
Mmm, Mmm, Mmm," the 
Crash Test Dummies' album, 
God Shuffled His Feet, 
becomes a chart-topper in 
the U.S. and Europe. 




Although Madonna's 
bad-mannered appear- 
ance on Letterman 
begets criticism, her 
album Bedtime Stories, 
with hits "Take a Bow" 
and "Secret," is a 
solid chart-topper. 




Pop-siren Janet 
Jackson's body 
language and lyrics 
draw large concert crowds 
to see her perform hits like 
"You Want This/70's Love 
Groove." Jackson wins an 
MTV Music Award for her 
video "If." 



Singer Vince Gill 
makes country music 
history by winning the 
Country Music Association's 
award for top male vocalist 
four years in a row. The CMA 
also awards him 1994 
Entertainer of the Year. 




eattle rock band Pearl Jam and front man Eddie Vedder 
I give youthful angst a good name as they rock hard with 
'their third album, VHalogy, considered their strongest yet. 



Nominated for best 
female vocalist, 
country singer Mary 
Chapin Carpenter croons at 
the Country Music Awards 
ceremony, but loses to Pam 
Tillis. Carpenter's album 
Stones in the Road lops the 
country charts. 




It's a year of hits for 
buzz band, Gin 
Blossoms. Their top- 
selling album New 
Miserable Experience, 
covers "Hey Jealousy," 
"Found Out About You," 
and "Until I Fall Away." 




Hailed as the crown 
prince of reggae, 
Buju Banton's album, 
Buju Banton: Voice of 
Jamaica, pumps the party 
with "Walk Like a 
Champion" and "Man a 
LookYuh." 



EMI Records releases 
Live at the BBC a 
two-disc set of radio 
concerts recorded by 
the Beatles in the 
early '60s. "Free as 
a Bird," an original 
unfinished track by 
the late John Lennon, 
is finished, mixed 
with the live voices 
of Paul, George, and 
Ringo, and included 
in the set. 



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Dismissed as kiddie 
artists, three 12-year- 
old rappers who go by 
the name of Immature, get a 
new sound. Album Playtime 
Is Over and hits "Never Lie" 
and "Constantly" pump them 
up to stardom. 




Hit single "Cryin"' 
wins MTV's Video of 
the Year award for 
singer Steven Tyler and 
metal band Aerosmith, who 
ride a wave of success and 
release their new album 
Big Ones. 



The rock-spectacle 
Rolling Stones tour, 
named after their 
album Voodoo Lounge, 
combines a light show, 
computer animation, video 
blowups, and gigantic 
inflatable props. Millions 
watch the Stones prance 
through their classic and 
current hits like "Love Is 
Strong." Voodoo Lounge 
becomes the highest 
grossing tour in history with 
$115 million in ticket sales. 



The Canadian band 
Cowboy Junkies, 
whose big hit this 
year is "Sweet James," 
sings of isolation and 
despair on their latest album 
Pale Sun/Crescent Moon. 




Powered to the top 
with their pure pop 
sound, Swedish 
quartet Ace of Base tops the 
charts with The Sign. Their 
sound is a contagious blend 
of reggae-splashed pop 
known as "China Reggae." 

JMascis emerges as a 
prolific and versatile 
songwriter for the 
punk-rock band Dinosaur Jr. 
with "Outta Hand" and major 
hit "Feel the Pain," both on 
their latest album Without 
a Sound. 



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The Benedictine Monks 
of Santo Domingo de 
Silos release their 
CD, Chant. Heavy 
rotation on MTV 
turns the collection 
of ancient Gregorian 
chants into an un- 
expected best-seller. 




rish rock foursome, the Cranberries, tour the United 
States playing the sad, pretty melodies from their 
second hit album, No Need to Argue. 




Rappers with a self- 
reliant attitude, 
Salt-N-Pepa keep 
their Very Necessary vibe 
going this year with hits 
"Slioop" and "Whatta 
Man" which wins them, 
along with En Vogue, an 
MTV Music Award. 




Rapper Snoop Doggy 
Dogg's performance 
makes the movie 
soundtrack Above the Rim a 
best-seller. His video "It's a 
Doggy Dogg World," which 
reunites all the 70s black 
exploitation film stars, wins 
an MTV Music Award. 



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Ranked No. 1 , the University of 
Nebraska Cornhuskers finish 
their unbeaten season by 
defeating the Miami Hurricanes 
to win the national title. 
Quarterback Tommie Frazier 
earns MVP honors by guiding 
the Huskers to two fourth- 
quarter touchdowns and a 
frenetic 24-17 victory. 



She was a pro at 13, a million- 
aire at 14, and out of the game 
at 17. After getting booked on 
charges of marijuana posses- 
sion, tennis star Jennifer 
Capriati enters a drug rehab 
program and makes a 
comeback in autumn where 
she plays well but loses her 
first-round match. 



Former Wimbledon champ 
Andre Agassi wins the 1994 
U.S. Open and beats cham- 
pion Pete Sampras at the 1995 
Australian Open. Called the 
most popular tennis player in 
the world, the tennis phenom 
has a new girlfriend, former 
model Brooke Shields. 



The National Hockey League 
plays only 48 of the 82 games 
in the season this year due to 
a lockout. Following 
baseball's example, hockey 
owners put salary caps on 
their players, who strike but 
lose out to the owner's rule. 



Track and field star Wilma 
Rudolph dies at the age of 54. 
The 20th of 22 children, she 
overcame polio, scarlet fever, 
and pneumonia to become a 
basketball star at 13, an 
Olympic bronze medalist at 16 
and a winner of three gold 
medals in the 1960 Rome 
Olympics. 








Pitchman George 
Foreman, 45, 
wearing the same 
red trunks he sported 
when he (ought 
Muhammad Ali 20 years 
earlier, wins the world's 
heavyweight boxing title 
from Michael Moorer with a 
10th round knockout. 



In July, Miguel Induram of Spain makes a triumphant 
entry on the Champs Elysees in Paris to win the 
Tour de France for the fourth straight time. He wins the 
3-week, 3,218 km contest easily, finishing five minutes, 39 
seconds ahead of the field. Greg LeMond, the only American to 
win the Tour de France three times, retires from racing because 
of health problems. 




On June 14, the New York Rangers defeat the Vancouver 
Canucks 3 to 2 in the seventh game of the Stanley Cup 
play-offs, winning the coveted hockey cup for the first 
time in 54 years. 



The Centennial 
Olympics will be in 
Atlanta, Georgia in 
1996. The city will 
emphasize its 
multicultural aspects 
to honor athletes 
from around the 
world. 




Dara Torres-Gowen 
becomes the first 
Olympic swimmer to 
model swimsuits in the 
Sports Illustrated annual 
swimsuit issue. Gold- 
medalist Torres-Gowen's 
sporty looks break the 
"waifs and glamazons" 
mold dictated by fashion. 



Fans are openly angry when a dispute between players 
and team owners over salary caps and other issues 
threatens to shut down baseball. A work stoppage 
begins on August 12, and no World Series is played for the first 
time since 1904. 



Tonya Harding, barred 
for life from organized 
skating for obstructing 
justice in the investigation 
of an assault on Nancy 
Kerrigan, is offered $2 million 
by the All Japan Women's 
Pro Wrestling Association to 
wrestle as a baddie. 



In Super 

Bowl XXIX 

in Miami, 

the San 

Francisco 

49ers heat the 

San Diego Chargers 

49-26, in their 

record-breaking fifth 

Super Bowl win. 

Quarterback Steve 

Young passes for a 

record six touchdowns 

to win most valuable 

player. 




Basketball star Sheryl 
Swoopes 
leads if 
the U.S. women's 
basketball team to a gold 
medal at the Goodwill Games 
in Russia. Earlier she led 
Texas Tech to an NCAA title 
and signed an endorsement 
deal with Nike. 




After 52 wins, four 
PPG Cup titles, and 
$10 million in 
earnings, Indycar champion 
Mario Andretti races for the 
final time in his 31 -year 
career. The four-time 
Indianapolis 500 champion 
retires in October 1994. 




Ernie Els wins the 
1994 U.S. Open golf 
tournament in sudden- 
death playoff. The 
U.S. women's golf 
team, led by Dottie 

Mochrie, beats 

Europe for the 1994 
Solheim Cup. 




orld Cup soccer 
comes to the U.S. 
for the first time: 
24 teams play 52 World 
Cup games in nine cities 
to 3,567,415 fans, 
culminating in a title 
match between Brazil and 
Italy. Earlier the U.S. 
upset Colombia, but lost 
to the Brazilian team, who 
went on to win the cup. 




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Supreme Court Justice Harry 
Blackmun, 85, who wrote the 
majority opinion in Roe v. 
Wade, the landmark 1973 case 
that guaranteed a woman's 
legal right to abortion, 
announces his retirement from 
the court after 24 years. 



The Charles and Diana fairy- 
tale-turned-sordid-soap 
continues: A German news- 
paper prints nude photos of 
Prince Charles; he publishes a 
confession saying lie never 
loved his wife. Princess Diana 
is suspected of making crank 
phone calls; an old friend who 
claims to be her ex-lover hawks 
a trashy kiss-and-tell book. 



Tabitha the cat spends 12 days 
and 32,000 miles in the fuse- 
lage of a Tower Air 747 jet when 
she escapes her cat carrier and 
gets lost in the cargo hold. 
Tabitha makes television 
appearances after her rescue 
with her aspiring-actress owner. 
Tabitha lost two pounds during 
the ordeal, her owner lost six. 



The Florida judge would not 
allow Paul Hill to use justi- 
fiable homicide as a defense 
in the shootings of Dr. John 
Britton and his bodyguard 
outside a Pensacola abortion 
clinic. Hill is found guilty of 
murder in the first degree. 



AnnaPaquin, 11, wins an 
Academy Award for her 
performance in The Piano. 
Says actor Gene Hackman, 
"I guess now you'll have no 
trouble getting cast in your 
school play." 




Ronald Reagan, 83, 
announces he is in 
the early stages of 
Alzheimer's disease, which 
will cause him to rely 
increasingly on wife Nancy. 
Doctors say the easy-going 
ex-president should be able 
to function normally for 
several more years. 



Despite hurled 
obscenities and 
death threats, 
Shannon Faulkner, 19, 
battles the all-male Citadel 
for the right to become the 
first female cadet in the 
152-year history of the 
state-supported South 
Carolina military school. 





Nelson Mandela, 
an international 
hero who won the 
Nobel Peace Prize, writes 
his story. Long Walk to 
Freedom: The 
Autobiography of Nelson 
Mandela covers the author's 
27 years as a political 
prisoner, his release, and 
black Africans struggle for 
freedom. 




Sending a worthy 
message to pageant- 
watchers, Heather 
Whitestone, a deaf Alabama 
college junior who works 
with handicapped kids, is 
crowned 1994 Miss America 
by her predecessor 
Kimberly Aiken. 





In Singapore, 
American teenager 
Michael Fay is 
convicted of vandalism and 
publicly caned four times by 
a martial arts master, despite 
pleas from his family and 
President Clinton. 




Applying his new 
fame to good works, 
actor Antonio 
Banderas, of Philadelphia 
and Interview With the 
Vampire, spends a week on 
a goodwill mission helping 
UNICEF draw attention to 
wartorn Somalia. 




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artoonist Gary Larson announces that he will retire 
The Far Side, a feature that began in 1978 and has 
appeared in 1,500 newspapers. 



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Former basketball 
superstar Michael 
Jordan improves 
his game for the Arizona 
Scottsdale Scorpions, a 
minor-league baseball 
team. He still has no plans 
to return to the hoops. 



In about the most 
surprising event of 
the year, Michael 
Jackson weds Elvis' daugh- 
ter, Lisa Marie Presley in a 
secret ceremony, May 1994. 
Journalists wonder if the 
union isn't a business 
arrangement or an attempt 
to polish Michael's public 
image, tarnished by claims 
of child molestation. 




Scruffy movie idol 
Johnny Depp and 
wispy model Kate 
Moss have a headline- 
making lovers quarrel. Depp 
is arrested for trashing the 
couple's hotel room. 




Model Cindy Crawford 
and actor Richard 
Gere, dubbed the 
world's sexiest couple, 
announce their separation. 
Hollywood books Crawford 
for her first movie. 




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athletes taking first place in the 1995 Senior Olympic 
Games. Team members: Standing: R. LaVita, P. I [eigham, 
P. Bruno, D. DeSantis, |. Iannachino, T. Finn, Kneeling: D. 
Kivlehan, J. Volpe, S. Crowley, J- Antonuk, M. Trinchera. 



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Inclement weather forced the 
graduates indoors to the gym, 
where the Class of 1995 received 
diplomas. Speeches given by 
Valedictorian Colleen Stokes, 
Salutatorian Julie Gosse, Student 
Essayist David DeSantis, Class 
President jenna Volpe, and 
faculty member Matthew Joyce, 
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J. Iannachino. Second Row: Coach Carucci, J. Campbell, S. Kerrigan, M. Haskemp, D. DisPasquale, T. Devlin, M. Keddie. 
Third Row: Coach Scaccia, S. Sullivan,T. Gillis, R. Gillis, B.Carroll, M. Caira, J. Cormier. Fourth Row: Coach Sullivan, P. 
Vachon, B Kusa, B. Harrison, B. Jones, T. Ngo. Fifth Row: P. O'Toole, P. Cauldwell, M. Garrett, B. Mason, P. Finn, S. Woods, 
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Despite the loss of not only a teammate but a friend, Shane Warford, the 
Wildcats, with the youngest and smallest team in the MVC, overcame 
adversity and stuck together throughout their tough schedule. They 
played every team in the conference hard, but only managed one well-deserved 
victory over Dracut 35-22. The team was led by senior Co-Captains Steve O'Neill 
and Jack Warford, as well as fellow seniors Phil Ritucci, Matt Keddie, Doug Costa, 
Jay Iannacchino, Sean Crowley, Tim Finn, and Marc Trinchera. 

The team and coaches would like to thank everyone for their support 
throughout the season. The seniors would also like to wish next year's team the 
best of luck in the Cape Ann League. 

Steve O'Neill was selected to the All-Star team for the second straight year, 
while Jack Warford, Tom Burke, Billy Harrison, and Sean Kerrigan received 
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Burke, M. LaCorcia, j. Tavares, P. Heigham, W. Dunham, Coach Lafaver. Sitting: D. King, 
C. Kilburn, J. Arcierro, J. Bamberg, P. Bruno, A. Armata, G. Peters, R. Swasey, J. Antonuk. 
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L-R: Kevin Considine, Ryan Haubner, Mike Wolley, Kurt Anderson, Matt Southmayd, Bill Dineen, Mike Hanrahan, Rob Torrani, Denis Torpey 



The 1994-1995 W.H.S Golf team had a suc- 
cessful season. The team is a young team 
with the only senior being Captain Matt 
Southmayd. The team promises to be even more 
successful next season with Junior Bill Dineen, 
Sophomores Rob Torrani, Mike Wolley, Ryan 
Haubner, Dennis Torpey, Mike Hanrahan, Kurt 
Anderson and Freshman Kevin Considine. The 
team looks to have a promising future. Coach Al 
Fessenden will guide its improvement as the team 
makes the transition into the Cape Ann League. 




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shown great improvement over last 
year's performance. The varsity girls 
cross country team, led by Capt. Colleen Stokes, 
consisted of freshman runners Kristen Bruno, 
Kristen Bourinot, Kim Mar, Christy Sawyer, 
Sarah Allen, and Cheryl LeCesse, junior runner 
Elise Boisvert, and senior runner Colleen Stokes. 
Adding six more runners to their roster, the 
girls cross country team has been able to suc- 
cessfully compete in the MVC. 

The boys cross country team continued to 
improve its performance throughout the sea- 
son. Led by Capt. Henry Grise, the team con- 
sisted of freshmen John Coughlin, Mark Lafa ve, 
Christian Ferraro, and Rob Houle; sophmores 
Jeremy Rufo, Mike Sweet, and Bill Tate; juniors 
Tim Peterson, Nate Censullo, Steve Marchillo, 
and Matt Vogel; and seniors Justin Yentile, Pat 
Rufo, Marc Dijulia, Mike Fuller, and Seung 
Won Kim. With a record of 3-6, the boys had 
excellent performances at Haverhill, Dracut, 
Methuen, Tewksbury, the Catholic Memorial 
Meet, and the State Meet. 



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Standing: Coach McCune, P. Bruno, D. Caccamesi, J. Tavares, R. Eldridge 
Kneeling: M. Caira, P. Heigham, B. Carroll, S. Swiezynski, D. Olender 
Sitting: D. DeSantis, C. Kilburn, D. Kivelehan, D. King, P. Cahill 



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Back Row: Coach Tildsley, R. Rodgers, J. Tate, R. Vachon, L. Harris, L. Southmayd. 
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Townsend, J. Stokes. Front Row: M. Palermo, N. Ciaramaglia, K. Mac Arthur, J. Lojek, M. Graham 
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Standing: Coach Bruce, J. Caples, R. Swasey, D. Abbott, L. Trimarchi, M. Giordano, 
K. Considine, B. Hennann, R. Haubner, B. Farkas, F. Cucci, S. Scanlon. Kneeling: 
M. Calandrello, J. Dango, K. Carroll, D. Torpey, M. Barry, C. Ross, J. Lynch, D. Bennett 
P. Cauldwell, C. White, C. Vallas, M. Nadeau, J. Considine, W. Chin 




WRESTLING 




The WHS Wrestling team had an overwhelmingly 
successful season under first-year Head Coach Mike 
Pimental and Assistant Coach CJ Samatis. Led by 
senior co-captains Doug Costa and Ken MacDonald, the 
Wildcats posted numerous individual and team victories 
all season long. The team capped off its stellar season by 
turning in an outstanding performance at the Division III 
North Sectional Tournament. A record ten wrestlers placed 
in the year-end tourney: John Roberto (4th at 103 lbs), Bill 
Tate (1st at 112 lbs), Doug Costa (3rd at 119 lbs), Mike 
Shelley (5th at 125 lbs), Joe McHale (5th at 130 lbs), Bill 
Harrison (2nd at 135 lbs), Mike O'Toole (5th at 140 lbs), 
Steve Ritucci (6th at 145 lbs), Ken MacDonald (1st at 152 
lbs), and Sean Kerrigan (4th at 160 lbs). 



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Front Row: S. Marchillo, W. Dunham, D. Sweet, H. Grise, M. Dijulia, S. Kim, J. Martiniello, P. Savage, J. Banberg, ML Vogt 
Back Row: Coach Cripps,S. Ferrel, N. Censullo, M. Fuller, K. Kacambras, N. Montalto, C. Ratineo, K. McKleran, J. William 
C. Ferriero, J. Yentile, P. Rufo, Coach Wood. 

The 1994-95 boys indoor track team is a unique blend of personalities and ego; 
We are full of energy, a little crazy, but always hard working. We are a sma 
team, and while that keeps us from winning a lot of meets, it has nc 
prevented us from achieving success. 

The 4x400 relay team of Joe Martiniello, co-captain Seung Won Kim, Henri 
Grise, and Kevin Kacamburas ranks among the top in the state. All four excel il 
individual races as well. Martiniello and Kacamburas are a formidable duo in thj 
300, Kim is a force in the 50 yard dash, and Grise has been dazzling in the 600. In th 
distance events we have our own share of memorable runners. Justin Yentile (mil* 
has continued his All-Star performance from cross country, Pat Rufo (1,000) he 
been an inspiration to all the younger runners, and co-captain Marc Dijulia (tw ! 
mile) has proven to be a true leader on and off the track. 

We are not just a team of runners, but also of good people. The chemistry o 
our team has been spectacular thanks largely to our seniors: Henry Grise, Seun 
Won Kim, Joe Martiniello, Pat Rufo, Mike Fuller, Nick Montalto, Marc Dijulia, Justi 
Yentile, and Wes Dunham. They have helped to define what makes a good tear 
and have been respectful to all, even the freshmen. 

Like any good team we have a strong and wise leader. He is Mr. Cripps - a coa 
a teacher, a legend. Mr. Cripps' dedication, commitment, and sense of purpose hq 
made this team into all that it is and all that it has the potential to be. His guida* 
and help are not limited to just the track, but also to school and to life in genera 
believe many of us even consider him our friend. 

We are the 1994-95 Boys Indoor Track Team, the few, the proud, the RUNNER I 




mding: Mr. Woods, R. Peach, A. Zaya, K. Bruno, J. Gustafson, K. Roche, A. Cardinale, L. Bickford, J. Gillis, C. 
Cesse, Mr. Cripps. Kneeling: J. Roberts, L. Hewitt, K. Casella, J. Gosse, T. Cain, K. Fowle, S. Anderson, K. Oakleaf 



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The girls winter track team finished another memorable season. Al- 
though we started the season with a whopping 26 girls, we diminished 
to 18, gaining and losing a few along the way. Even though we 
weren't strong in numbers, we were strong in our enthusiasm, morale, 
support, and most importantly, effort. As a whole, the team displayed great 
strides of improvement throughout the season. Seniors Kerri Oakleaf, Jessica 
Roberts, and Kerri Casella always tried their best to keep the team together. We 
had a young team; 5 seniors, 3 juniors, 4 sophomores, and 6 freshman, but we 
managed to do the best we could through encouragement and personal 
triumph. Our team lacked experience, yet possessed the dedication to excel. 
Personal goals were set as well as personal records broken. The winter track 
shotput division (or the pariahs) had an interesting season with many new and 
promising putters. Seniors Kellie O'Donnell and Julie Gosse did their best to 
direct the team, and all the boys and girls shotputters seemed to enjoy their 
season as they improved steadily. We'd like to thank Mr. Cripps and Ms. Wood 
for their tolerance. It doesn't matter how much you do, it's how much you try 
that makes a difference. Overall, we've had a very successful year. Good luck 
next year, girls! Just remember, Don't Dog It! "RUN FAST, RUN HARD, RUN 
LIKE WHS GIRLS WINTER TRACK!" 




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During the 1994-5 season, the gymnastics team had a great victory over Lowell and improved 
tremendously since the seniors' first season in 1991. Seniors Shana Boucher. Lisa Houle, Kelly 
Silva and Captains Ann Dulong and Jennifer Carroll led the team in one of the toughest leagues 
in the state. The steady improvement of scores throughout the four years has been a strong accomplish- 
ment for our once young team. We owe a lot of credit to our coach during all four years, Michelle Gillis, 
whom we thank tremendously. We will always remember our first year when the team connsisted of 
ten members, to our best year, our senior year, when the team flourished with twenty-five gymnasts. 
The seniors feel that the development and interest of gymnastics has blossomed in the past four years. 
We hope this continues in the future. We will always remember George, Fern, Furnace, Lucita, Sheeba 
and Spunky who made our team the best! 






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BASKETBALL 
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Top: Kristen Butler, Sheila Walsh, Julie Stygles, Keli Mehigan, Amy Lyons. 
Middle: Jane Carroll, Katie Moran, Mishell Fortes, Alyson Ward, Jessica 
Stygles Bottom: Allyson Murray, Jen Ausiello, Christine Crowley, Colleen 
ptokes 



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Captains Jen Ausiello and Alyson Ward 



Thanks to our 
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Seniors - Top: Allyson Murray, Katie Moran, 
Jane Carroll, Colleen Stokes, Mishell Fortes 
Bottom: Jen Ausiello, Keli Mehigan, Alyson Ward 




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Girls' Spring Track 






Standing: Coach D. Scanlon, D. DeSantis, R. Gillis, G. Peters, P. Bruno, J. LaCasse, E. Froton, E. 
McKenna, P. Bates. Kneeling: P. Hofferman, B. Harrison, R. Pellitier, S. Kerrigan, E. White, J. Lynch 



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Top L-R: Mr. Lyman, Lisa Southmayd, Julie Gillis, Katherine Townsend, Nicole Dussault, Meli 
Mather, Mr. Townsend. Middle: Kelly Landers, Leanne Harris, Erin Falzone, Jacqui Hollow, 
Kellie O'Donnell, Amy Surran. Bottom: Nancy Pote, Lindsay Currier, Lori Southmayd, Jaq 
Havden. 





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ygles, Jen Mullins. Bottom: Leanne Bento, Doria Miceli, Joanne Tamilio, Lindsay Bickford, Angela 
irdinale, Melissa Shea, Melissa Palermo, Jody Mackenzie 




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FREDERICK T. HELLER, 
O.D., F.A.A.O. 

Doctor of Optometry 

Congra tu I at ions 
Graduates — 

Elery and Carol 



"Good Luck 

From 

Woburn Street 

School" 





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j A message to our daughter Col- 
leen. It seemed like only yesterday 
we saw you off on the school bus on 
your first day of school, now you 
are graduating from high school. 
We watched you study hard and 
never complain about how much 
you had to do. We watched with 
pride in all the awards you received 
pver the years. Now we would just 

jlike to thank you for all the memories, and wish you the 
:>est in all you set out to accomplish. 

Love always, Mom and Dad 




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Dear Alyson, Every par- 
ent dreams of having a 
daughter like you. We are 
so proud of the wonder- 
ful person you have be- 
come. Know that we will 
always be there for you in 
whatever directions you 
choose. 

With love, 
Dad, Mom, and David. 




J.L.: Even at age four you 
^vere getting a head start 
3n your musical career. 
5ome things never change 
.. We love you and con- 
inue to be proud of you 
md your accomplish- 
ments. Wishing you the 
:>est at Berklee! 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, & Maura 




Jacqui, To the last but 
certainly not the least. 
Congratulations. Best of 
luck. 

The Hayden 
Family 





You've come a long way 

Lee". 

Ve're so proud of you. 
Love always, 
Mom & Dad 













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You've grown from a shy 
little girl with her hands 
covering her ears into 
such a confident young 
woman. We are so very 
proud of you. 

Congratulations & Love, 

Mom, Dad. Amy. Doug & 

Treenie. 




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bngratulations! 
his is it for WHS! 
bod luck next year, 
mdrea. We love you! 

Mom, Dad, Stath, Ha 




Remember Jenna. . . 

The more "Feathers" you 
add the higher you'll soar. 

Thanks for being such a 
good kid!! We are so 
proud of you. 

Love, Dad and Mom 




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You danced the beam but 
the best is yet to be. 
We love you, Jen. 

Dad, Mom & Mike 



The girls who golf 




Jay 

It's been a bumpy road 
but you made it! All our 
Love and Good Wishes 
for the future. 

Mom, Dad & Lee 




Katie Moran 

All the love, pride and joy we 
feel for you began before you 
were born and will continue for- 
ever. You are kind, committed, 
involved, caring, intelligent and 
successful. As you go off to col- 
lege we will miss you every 
minute, but know the best is yet 
to be. In the words of Desiree. 
You've gotta be hard, you've 
gotta be tough, you've gotta be 
stronger. All I know is love will 
find the way. Congratulations. 




JAMIE: 

WHERE HAS ALL THE TIME 
GONE! FROM YOUR EARLY 
YEARS THROUGH YOUR HIGH 
SCHOOL YEARS YOU HAVE AL- 
WAYS TRIED TO DO YOUR BEST 
AND THAT IS WHAT HAS MADE 
US SO PROUD OF YOU. WE WISH 
YOU CONTINUED SUCCESS IN 
YOUR COLLEGE YEARS. THE FU- 
I TURE IS WHAT YOU MAKE OF IT 
TMT' £■■■ [TH YOUR DETERMINA- 

TION YOU CAN MAKE YOUR DREAMS COME TRUE. REMEMBER 
WE WILL ALWAYS BE HERE FOR YOU AND LOVE YOU WITH ALL 
OUR HEARTS. ALL OUR LOVE, 

MOM & DAD 




Julie, 

We love you and are 
very proud of you. 

Love, 
Mom & Dad 




Congratulations Nancy: 

Dad and I are very proud of 
you. We hope you fulfill all 
your dreams. Good Luck. 
Enjoy college. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Tommy, 

Erik, & Jamie. 



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To our "little strong 
man" who turned out 
to be a big strong man 
in our eyes. We're so 
proud of you! 

All our love, 
Mom & Dad 




Jeremy, 

You have finished many 
races in your life, but 
GRADUATION is the 
most important win!! 

CONGRATULATIONS! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, 

Steve & Robby 



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Dear Sean, 

We're so proud of you and 
all your accomplishments! 
We love you and will al- 
ways be there for you. 
Thank you for being such 
a great son and for bring- 
ing so much happiness 
into our lives! 

Love always, 
Mom & Dad 




Congratulations, %yan 
Class of '1995 

%tachjor the stars! 



love, 
'Mom, (Dad, and %ara 




Justin, 

Congratulations on your graduation. We 
are very proud of the person you've turned 
out to be. Always treasure the memories 
and friends you've made in high school. 
We wish you only the best always as you 
begin a new and exciting life at college. 

Love, 
Mom & Dad 



Dear Joe, 

Congratulations on gradu- 
ating high school as well as 
all your track accomplish- 
ments. We are very proud 
of you. We wish you the 
best of luck at Bentley and 
whatever you decide to do 
in the future. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Mario, 

Gina & Mike 




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To our daughter 
Jameelah, 

We knew from birth that 
you were going to do 
great things. Keep reach- 
ing for the stars, the world 
is in your hands. We are 
so proud to have you as 
our own... Yes, you are all 
that... You go girl! 

Love you forever, 
Mom and Dad 




Dear Maria, 

Maria, look at your baby 
picture, you were just 
three days old. Now look 
at you, you're graduating 
from high school. Maria, 
I'm proud of you and I 
wish you the best in the 
future. 

Love you, 
Mom 







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Ginny, 

Be happy! 
We love you, 



Mom & Dad 
Phil 4: 5-8 



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Rob, 

May all 
your hopes 
and dreams 
come true. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad & 

Mike 




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Kelly 

You're a beautiful person inside and out! 
We're so proud of you! 
Keep on smiling!! 

Love always, 
Mom and Dad 




PUMPKIN 

We remember playing the Little 

Drummer Boy. 

The flower garden at Mammies. 

The Baton lessons. 

Your First Day of School. 

Alisha Legg and Elaine Acorn. 

Playing hide the bear. 

Look at you now, college 
bound. 

Love 

Mom ami Dad 




MATT 

We're all so proud of you! You've 
worked hard for what you've 
already achieved. The next few 
years are going to get harder and 
harder, but remember that if you 
always reach for your goals, and 
let nothing stand in your way, it 
won't be much longer before we'll 
becallingyouDOCTORMATT!!! 

Congratulations! 

Love Always, 
Dad, Mom, Kristen and Dave 



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Missy, 

"Working hard and good 
effort", words we've of- 
ten seen. Continue to give 
life your best. 

We are proud of you and 
we love you. 

Love, 
Dad, Mom & John 




David, 

You've handled a lot of 
bucking horses as you 
have journeyed through 
life. We are proud of all 
your successes. God bless 
you always. May all your 
dreams come true. 

Love, 

Mom & Dad 

Rob, Tony, Carla & Gina 




Congratula- 
tions 
Heather, 
You have 
made us 
very proud 
of you. Good 
luck with 
| your future. 
Love, 
Mom, Dad, & 
Lindsey 




Lori, 

Great job, well done! 
All your hard work has 

paid off. 

We love you, 

Mom, Dad, Adam, & 

Andrew 



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Ann, 

I am proud of 

you and so much 

more. 

Congratulations 

and best of luck 

in all that vou 

j 

will do. 

Love, 
Dad 




DAD WOULD 
HAVE BEEN 
JUST AS 
PROUD AS I 

AM! 

CONGRATU- 
LATIONS. 

MOM 



Congratulations 
Annmarie. 

We wish you happiness 
and success always. 

We are very proud of 
you. 

Love, 
Mom, Dad & Gina 




It seems like yesterday you 
were our little girl, and now 
you are all grown up. We want 
you to know what a joy it was 
to share your growing-up 
times with you, and how 
proud we are of you. We wish 
you health, happiness, and 
success in all your future 
endeavors. 

Love, 
Mom & Dad 




Beth, 
Hope that all 
your dreams 
become reality. 
We are very 
proud of you. 

Love, 

Dad, 

Mom, & Bryon 



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Life is 

exploration, 
discoveries, 
defeats, 
triumphs- 
Enjoy the 
adventure! 
We love you — 
Mom & Dad 





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i Good luck in the future, j 
We love you! 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, & Brian 




Jen, 

Best wishes and all our 
love to our little girl 
who has grown so 
soon. 

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